Here the river Corrib going through Galway on its way to the Atlantic Ocean.
Despite Galway is a very lively and fun city partly due to the presence of a university, it is also the source of the word lynching. In 1493 the son of the mayor committed a murder in front of a lot of witnesses. No one dared to condemn him except his father FitzStephen Lynch. He threw his son James from the window above with a rope around his neck, hence the word lynching. This memorial on the wall was installed in 1854. One for shadow sunday shot here.