Description:A photograph of Clifden in Connemara, a part of Galway between Lough Corrib and the Atlantic Ocean. There are lobster pots in the foreground. On the left, there are sailboats and rowboats docked near a road. (There is one unattended sailboat on the water, a short distance from the shore.) This road leads into the town. There are electricity poles beside it. The buildings of the town can be seen, including two churches. Both churches have steeples. There are several trees, in the photograph, particularly between the houses and the sea. There is a rocky hill behind the town.