"He's quiet and easy to catch," says Lee Johnson, at left, of his pony Gypsy. Lee tends his charge in a stable behind his home in the Clondalkin district of Dublin, a metropolis where cars still dodge horse-drawn carts hauling vegetables to market.
The Boyne Coracle or ‘Currach’ was used from Neolithic times right up until the 1930’s and was the oldest type of vessel to survive in Ireland. It was made from hazel rods and tanned cowhide. Legend says that St. Patrick rowed from Scotland to Ireland in a Boyne Currach The word "coracle" comes from the Welsh cwrwgl, cognate with the Irish "currach" The image is of two men making coracles, River Boyne, Oldbridge, Ireland, June 1913
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Each rock is shaped in a perfect octagon and the rocks protrude from the ground in different levels. It was such a testimony to how amazing God is. Seriously, how can you look at that and say the world came about by chance?