We are having a storm here, thats a recent picture of Mizen head or sheeps head also called cairn ui Net in mythology.
The Grave of the Grandson of Net.
In the myth The Second Battle of Moytura Mizen peak and the land around it is where the cyclopean Balor is killed by Lugh and where Bres is buried. Both Balor and Bres are called the Grandson of Net. Balor is actually Bres’ grandfather and the Grandson of Net is probably an allegory rather than an actual genealogical description.
Places on the coast for reasons Id say are obvious looking at that picture are associated with death and death deities. Balor is attached to a few places in Ireland, all of them on the coast and all of them involving stories about death. Net is a war deity and the progeny of war is death.
Balor, Lugh and Bres as a group in the Second Battle of Moytura are a part of a theme even more interesting than the Cairn Ui Net phrase though. They form a triad of kingly gods that exist to explain the changing of the seasons found not only in Ireland but all over europe and india.
The elder kingly god endorses one of the other two younger ones to rule and a battle for the changing of the seasons follows. Some times the type that bres represents wins, sometimes the type that lugh represents wins and we have weather based on their dispositions. Eventually the power of the seasons is taken back by the Elder and it starts all over again.