"Grianstad an Gheimhridh, Bru na Boinne" is a screenprint, with watercolour chine colle, in a variable edition of 12 prints. The title translates as Winter Sun stop, Boyne Valley, which of course refers to the Winter Solstice at Newgrange.
The view depicts what I imagine that the Winter Solstice might look like when viewed from behind and above the famous Newgrange and Knowth monuments. On the left is Newgrange, and on the right and closer to the viewer is Knowth.
The view does not show any other settlements or buildings, and in that sense is somewhat timeless,- at least within the last 5000 years or so!