I took this photograph on a trip from Clonakilty to Courtmacsherry via the coast road. The church in the picture is at Lislee. It was built for the benefit of the parishioners of Timoleague and funded by a central grant from the British Government some time in the 1800s. It is believed that the church was built on its obscure site because a protestant church could not be built at Timoleague. It was allowed to fall into disuse when many years later the present more convenient church was built in the centre of Timoleague.
Looking across the Borlin Valley towards Knockboy mountain on the road from Ballylicky to Kilgarvan
Two views across Ardgroom Harbour
Sea and air traffic in Glandore Harbour with Unionhall in the background
Towards Leap from Glandore Harbour
Another view towards Leap, this time from the harbour at Unionhall
A view from Ceim Hill Museum with a castle in the foreground and Castle Haven (the name of the inlet), Castletownshend to the right of the bay and Horse Island in the distant background
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