Frank and the limestone dry stone wall (2019; 90266)
Frank and the limestone dry stone wall (2019; 90266). Frank: "In many parts of the west of Ireland, the fields are delineated by limestone dry stone walls. These walls were built by farmers over the centuries as they cleared their fields of stone and then used that stone to build walls without mortar to separate their lands into fields. Four Roads in County Roscommon is one such place with its endless weather-beaten stone walls, which make it instantly recognisable as a traditional Irish landscape." --- Copyright 2019 Joachim W. Schroeter (JoWSch). More images of Frank M at www.mylenwyd.com/frankm as well as at www.mylenwyd.com/fourroads. More photography, poetry and other fine things in life by Joachim at www.mylenwyd.com.