During our photography tour of Ireland my wife and I visited the Dunfanaghy Workhouse Heritage Centre. People interested in history will find this to be an informative stop.
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This facility documents an important part of Irish history as you can read in the text contained in the image above.
There are information panels throughout the display area.
One can only imagine what it would have been like to live through one of the greatest tragedies in Irish history.
The self guided tour was augmented with a headset that played recorded messages at various stops.
Various models and scenes helped to add some artistic drama to the experience at the Dunfanaghy Workhouse Heritage Centre.
Unfortunately human suffering and the demonization of the poor is still far too prevalent in society today.
Photographs were captured hand-held using camera gear as noted in the EXIF data. All images were produced from RAW files using my standard process.
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