Gurranes, county Cork:
W 175 315 - Sheet 89
Nearest village: Castletownshend
photo by Jim Dempsey
Three slender pillars (up to 4.2 metres high), known as 'The Three Fingers',
rise dramatically against the sky, evenly spaced and set into joints in the exposed rock surface.
A fourth stone lies prostrate nearby, out of line.
A fifth stone was removed in the 19th century and now stands in the Somerville Estate at Castletownshend.
The stone-row seen from nearby Knockdrum Stone Fort.
This monument is dramatic from every angle and in every light.
A crepuscular picture.
(The beast is a bullock, not a sheep.)