Ross Errilly Friary, Ireland, 14th C.
Ruins off the beaten path near Galway. Well worth the visit, especially since there is usually no one else there. It is a large friary initially founded in the mid 14th c. and features overtly Gothic elements in the windows which are pointed arches with tracery. A relatively simple building architecturally but it is a fairly large complex featuring multiple rooms and a small cloister. This image is taken in the main hall of the structure.
Taken back when I had a Sony Cybershot, 3.2MP, f/5.6, exposure 1/125 sec., ISO-100, focal length 6 mm, B&W setting.