National Geographic : 1996 Apr
7pII r ,4' 2 tai A,. E iiF a a nYY'"r T'ti,,. Rugged as the people who settled here more than 3, 000 years ago, the sea-chiseled limestone bluffs ofInishmore rise 300 feet above the Atlan tic. Inland, hundreds of miles of stone walls ring thin-soiled fields where islanders toil in a land known for ciunas gan uaigneas, Gaelic for "quietness without loneliness. "