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A sculpture of Hugh Roe Ó Donnell that guards the Curlew Pass, as he did in the late 1500s and helped defeat the English occupation in the Nine Years War ( Thanks to George Row for this information).
Featured in Celtic Realm (May 2010).
This modern sculpture was built by Maurice Harron whose other work can be found here, including a stereo panorama of Hands Across the Divide by George Roe.
This image has also been used creatively by VampVamp in her work called: Night Rider.