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A Sunken Boat moored to barb wire fence on the shore of the border emerges from the early morning stillness of the mirror like reflections of the River Erne. The Border follows the River Erne passed Galoon Island around Oghill into the Bloody Pass, a narrow stretch of water where 400 men died in battle in 1689. River Erne, Co.Cavan / Co.Fermanagh 54°9'17.726" N 7°24'27.939" W
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Tristan Poyser
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A Sunken Boat moored to barb wire fence on the shore of the border emerges from the early morning stillness of the mirror like reflections of the River Erne. The Border follows the River Erne passed Galoon Island around Oghill into the Bloody Pass, a narrow stretch of water where 400 men died in battle in 1689. River Erne, Co.Cavan / Co.Fermanagh 54°9'17.726" N 7°24'27.939" W