Collection:Mac Quilty
Description:A photograph of five curraghs near 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. Each curragh is being rowed by three men. Some of the curraghs have two passengers, one at either end of the boat. In two of the curraghs there is a woman passenger. Each woman is wearing a shawl. Inishmore island can be seen in the background.
Subject headings: Aran Islands -Boats -Rowboats -Adults -Men -Seas -Shawls -Women