Colour photograph of the ruins at Am Fang Dubh at Kennavara in 2004.
The ruins at Am Fang Dubh at Kennavara where fishermen stayed in the summer, photographed by Dr John Holliday in 2004.
Other Number: G188
Am Fang Dubh / The Black Cattle Pen (photographed in 2004)The name suggests that this stony bay surrounded by high cliffs on the southern shore of Kennavara could have been used as a natural pen for holding livestock. There are the ruined foundations of a small stone hut in the middle, which was used by fishermen in the summer months.
Normal Location: Photograph Shelves: photographs – G100-199Current Location: normal location