A common scene in Ireland: Sheep hit the road on the way back to their farm in County Mayo
Many traditional Irish farm houses were thatched cottages, which had roofs made of straw to keep rain out of the house
An early 19th century Irish farmhouse
An Irish hill farm in Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Stone wall enclosures can be found all over the Aran Islands in Ireland. These were used to separate land and keep in cattle and sheep
Farms even lie along Ireland's west coast. This farm is on the shores of County Kerry
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