||1 Title: The causeway to Omey island.
||Description: This is where tha causeway from Omey crosses the sand and arrives at the lane to Claddaduff.|
||4 Title: Track to cottage near coral strand.
||Description: Old lane leading to traditional house sadly now in ruins.|
||3 Title: River from the bog heading out to sea.
||Description: This is a small river comeing from Toombeola , running out to sea near Roundstone|
||5 Title: Evening light at Derryinver.
||Description: The mountains can look like this near 'Ocean's Alive' resturant, when the light is right.|
||6 Title: Barn at Ervalagh
||Description: This track way is so near the sea that it is often covered by sand. Inish lackan is the island in the distance.|
||7 Title: Ruins on the edge of the Roundstone bog.
||Description: These haunting reminders of bad times are still standing all over Connemara . Erris beg Mountain is behind the bog.|
||9 Title: Castle of Doon ruins.
||Description: This chimney brest is all that remains and is hard to climb up to. It was one of a chain of fortified places occupied by Grace O'Malley and her husband.|
||10 Title: Last house on Inishnee.
||Description: This is a favourite picnic spot of my families . It is at the end of a chain of three almost islands that make up the peninsular of Inishnee.|
||8 Title: Curragh at Derryinver.
||Description: This is the view from the Pier at Derryinver, on the Renvyle peninsula.|
||2 Title: The crossing point at Lough Anna.
||Description: This is an ancient route with a crossing place at the western, seaward end of the 12 Bens.|