Weathered tree and overgrown stone wall, Corraun, Ireland

A stunted tree is permanently bent by the winds that sweep through the gap on the Corraun Peninsula, Ireland. Crumbled dry stone walls and grass covered ridges are what remains of fields where potatoes were grown before the Great Famine nearly 200 years ago.

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