The east window of the ancient Abbey of Tarmon, Drumkeerin, Co. Leitrim.
Nothing left now except the stone walls and the beautiful window above. Built sometime between the fourth and fifty centuries this was a Franciscan Friary. All is quiet now here on the western shore of Lough Allen.
Wonder what these sticking out stones were for on this old farm building. Any ideas anyone?
They stop at the little window. I’ve asked several people and nobody knows what they are for!
This now deserted farm shed was once an important shelter for animals on the smaller farms that were part of the Irish landscape pre EU days.
Inside the lovely flagstone floor is being taken over with Ferns and wild flowers.
The old laneway once used by the men who travelled to work on foot to the local coal mine. Deserted now and being reclaimed by Nature.