It is probably fair to say that this photo is one of the poorest quality photos we have ever posted on this stream, and perhaps it is best that it is! I will give you the full description from the catalogue to help you with your investigations "Shula-na-gig on south side of abbey. Pilgrim stands on window to & rubs handkerchief to it [Sheela-na-gig / Síle-na-gcíoch]" The year is 1944 and we might be in Cork and the name Feehan is mentioned. Over to you.
Photographer: Irish Tourist Association Photographer
Collection: Irish Tourist Association Photographic Collection
NLI Ref: NPA ITA 304 (Box II)
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Owner: National Library of Ireland on The Commons
Source: Flickr Commons