Ireland, Irish Wool, Dingle, 16x20 print
Now I know why they call Ireland the Emerald island. It's because there is so much green. I was told it's because of all the rain, and it rains just about every day. The sheep like it and they do their part to fertilize and to create the wool for the famous Irish Wool Sweaters. I shot these sheep down near Dingle.
Printed on archival acid-free photo paper and packaged in a clear sleeve with a rigid photo envelope for safe shipping. Price includes print only and does not include a frame. All prints are signed in lower right corner of the image by the artist unless otherwise specified at time of order.