This new year our family visited County Cork, Ireland. While taking an oath not to “work” wile on vacation, I did record a few shots of the Timoleague Friary.
The Timoleague Friary in County Cork, Ireland was founded by the Franciscans in 1240 A.D. on site of an ancient monastery of St. Malaga. St. Malaga is credited with bringing beekeeping to Ireland. Honey production is still evident in the area. Cromwellian soldiers burned the Friary down in 1642. Today it serves as a community graveyard.