First, the wall of the churchyard where Yeats is buried:
"Under bare Ben Bulben's head
In Drumcliff churchyard Yeats is laid.
An ancestor was rector there
Long years ago, a church stands near,
By the road an ancient cross."
"No marble, no conventional phrase;
On limestone quarried near the spot
By his command these words are cut:
Cast a cold eye
On life, on death.
Horseman, pass by!"
And the walls of Lady Gregory's estate, Coole, where Yeats lived for many summers.
The walls of the 12th century Assaroe Abbey, incorporating old water wheels:
A prehistoric passage tomb from the ancient Celtic inhabitants of Ireland:
The Galway Medieval city wall
An old wall and bridge:
A wall with rough stones at the top, a type I have frequently seen in Galway:
A wall by a sea inlet: