Boy among curraghs on a beach
Collection:Mac Quilty
Description:A photograph of a boy standing beside an upturned curragh on a beach in Inishmore which is the largest of the Aran Islands. The Aran Islands are off the west coast of Ireland. A curragh is a type of long rowing boat used off Ireland's west coast. The photograph was taken in 1938. There are a number of upturned curraghs in the scene. The beach is rocky. There is a field with two stone walls just behind the boy.