Exploring Ireland in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Old miners' cottages - reclaimed by nature in the Irish countryside Old miners' cottages - reclaimed by nature in the Irish countryside

While museums and many indoor attractions are currently closed in Dublin - including the Long Room Library and Book of Kells at Trinity College as the city is is on a three-week lockdown - the rest of Ireland is open.

Exploring the Irish countryside with camera is not a new endeavour to me but for much of this year it has been a difficult one with travel restrictions in place.

Here, deep in rural Ireland I found some old miners' cottages.  A remnant of a previous economic collapse, the industry here halted due to cheaper imports from overseas; soon after the mine closed and the miners left to find new work - often heading overseas to where those cheaper imports were coming from.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 23 September 2020 21:47

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