Description:A photograph of Leenane village in county Galway. There is a stone bridge with two arches crossing a river that flows into Killary harbour. A road leading into the town crosses this bridge. There is a wheel barrow just beyond the bridge, in the town. There are poultry on the street near the bridge. There is a stone wall between the road and the harbour. On the right of the photograph, there is a building with a thatched roof. Above this, there is a building with a ladder leaning against its wall leading up to a window. Further up this street, the name "J. Tynan" appears above one door. To the left of this there is a cart which is not hitched to a horse. There are many carts and carriages along the street which are not hitched to a horse. To the left of this cart, there is a large number of wooden barrels or casks outside a building. Left of this, there is a building with a post box in its wall. The name over the door is "M. McDonnell". At this building, there is a woman looking out onto the street over a half door. Near the top of the street, there is a building with a large number of wooden casks or barrels outside it. The name "J. Gaynor" appears over its door. There are two men outside its door talking. There is a child close by, on the street. There is a mountain beyond the village. There are trees growing on the low ground near the base of the mountain.