Photographer's Note

- Galway, Ireland -

Galway is considered as the door of entry of Connemara, area considered to be the worst place in the world, at the time of "Evil" Cromwell (17è century). I
ndeed, all the peasants rebel were sent there low, in the arid grounds of the west. Cromwell did not leave them the choice: "In Connaught or hell!".
Nowadays, Galway is superb a small very sympathetic tourist city, with its pubs and its shopping area. Here, you see the mouth of Lough Corrib, and "The Long Walk Quay" with its pretty coloured houses.
So long. Loïc

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