“You can’t eat scenery,” goes the saying. But it turns out that some of the most beautiful places along Ireland’s coast provide people with a living, in all sorts of ways. How do people make a living on the coast these days? And what does making that living actually look
like? Over two weeks in August and October I went on a road trip with a charming companion to sketch how coast-dwelling people make their livelihoods from the ocean.
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