…any clue about who is behind the Banksy-like graffiti in Achill?
UPDATE: It seems Banksy (or some class of a Banksy) was on the island over the weekend and this is one of at least three stencils.
Further to your “View to Achill” item yesterday, I was looking for the location in Google Maps and stumbled across this nearby item of interest – an aircraft overflight.
However, when in 3D view, it gets a bit distorted, making it look like it’s on a low-level bombing run of Achill Island…
Yesterday: View To Achill
Bringing #Ireland‘s History to Life 🇮🇪⛪️
My restored and colourised c1890 photo of the Achill Mission or ‘the Colony’ at Dugortm on Achill Island in Co. Mayo featuring St. Thomas’s Church designed by architect Joseph Welland in 1851 with the Slievemore mountain in the background. pic.twitter.com/SRpEqqXCqT
— Rob Cross (@RobCross247) December 2, 2020
Emily O’Callaghan writes:
This is NOT Colorado ..and this is NOT photo shopped.!! It’s Coraun mountain [Co. Mayo] with the late evening light on it .
Found in Geesala, Achill, Co Mayo yesterday by Henry Coyle.
As you can see, conditions were not super windy but everyone was in great spirits and that French guy (pic 6) was giving a commentary and encouraging the surfers to jump for the crowd.