HDR - Aran Island's sky
The Aran Islands (Irish: Oileáin Árann, Aran Islands Dialect: [ˈɪlɑːn ˈɑːrənʲ], [nə ˈhɑːrənʲəxə]) are a group of three islands located at the mouth of Galway Bay, on the west coast of Ireland.
The Aran Islands, on the west coast of Ireland
Aran IslandsThe largest island is Inishmore (Irish: Árainn (Mhór) or Inis Mór,; Aran Islands Dialect: [ˈɑːrənʲ woːr], [ˈɪnɪɕ woːr ˈɑːrənʲ]) the middle and second-largest is Inishmaan (Inis Meáin / Inis Meadhóin; Aran Islands Dialect: [ˈɪnɪɕ mʲɑːn]), and the smallest and most eastern is Inisheer (Inis Thiar or Inis Oírr / Inis Oirthir; Aran Islands Dialect: [ˈɪnɪɕ iːr], [ˈɪnɪɕ siːr]). Irish is a spoken language on all three islands, and is the language used for the names of the islands and many of the island's villages and place names.