Currey was the agent of Lismore Castle in County Waterford, Ireland, owned by the Duke of Devonshire. In this position of stewardship, he had time and resources to experiment with photography, beginning with the calotype process in the 1840s. He was a member of the Photographic Society of London, and the Amateur Photographic Association. He continued photographing using a variety of processes throughout his life. Between the upper and lower waterfalls, Currey has depicted a newly built rustic bridge across the glen. On the verso of the album page is another platinum print by Currey of Kilmolash Church, a short distance from Lismore. Titled in ink on mount, "Kilmolash Church 1888", 15.2 x 20.3 cm.