Gazing Overhead on The Wild Atlantic Way
For those exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, a soothing interlude is a stop at James Turrell’s
Visitors are encouraged to go in pairs or small groups. A gravel road through the woods approaches the stone arch which leads to the beginning of the installation. Before passing through the arch you’re advised to stop at the copse of trees at the entrance and appreciate the surrounding woodlands, breathing slowing and taking in the natural sounds and colors.
Passing through the arch, you walk down a long read more >>>
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