A Ewe and Lambkin cross The Famine Road with the Adrigole River valley in background. The original road was built as a public works project during the Great Famine, improved in the 1930’s and named after the first Governor-General of the Irish Free State, Timothy Michael Healy.
Beara peninsula, County Cork, Republic of Ireland.
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