Photographer's Note

The Rock of Dunamase is a prominent fort, dating back possibly as far as the bronze age. It changed hands several times through allegiances and wars through the centuries, and now lies mostly in ruins. Conservation works on the site were recently completed, and it is now fully open to the public.

The photograph shows one of several collapsed walls in the area. There are other ruins on the site more recognisable as rooms, halls and gates. I'll probably post another that shows more of the site itself.

I'm still playing with color and contrast. The sky was overcast that day, which initially I thought wasn't so good for photographing, but now I think it provides a nice contrast to stonework.

Vinsachi, erinn oznaczył to zdjęcie jeko użyteczne

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