The other week when I was out and about around Castleroe I was driving around with nothing much in mind other than to point the camera at some things and see what comes out of the developing tank. In this part of the world there are many farmhouses dotted about the countryside. By some other countries' standards our farms are small affairs, probably 100-150 acres on average. Mostly cattle are kept for milk or beef, sometimes sheep and I notice the odd lama has crept in here and there - what's that all about, eh? There are of course also many farms which grow our staple diet - potatoes - and you get the odd field of barley or rape, which add a touch of colour to the countryside.
Here's a shot of a farm that intrigued me.