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Ballybunion’s Famous Caves

2017 Round Up

Ballybunion’s Famous Caves We have spent many years in Ballybunion, exploring the caves and beaches. Returning only a few weeks ago to capture this project. The caves have always been of interest, they make you use your imagination and return to a childlike state. Exploring for hours and wondering how exactly they were created.  “In…

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Annascaul | Legends and Myths

Annascaul | Legends and Myths

Annascaul | Legends and Myths A place of rich history and stories, Annascaul is a small village on the Dingle Peninsula. Made famous by local hero Tom Crean and his South Pole Inn pub. Back in the famine times, the road leading to the lake and around the Dromavally hills, were built by men labouring on ‘work programmes’. These roads nearly…

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The Disused Dingle Railway

The Disused Dingle Railway The Tralee – Dingle Railway opened on March 31st, 1891. Measuring at 51kms long, it even branched off to Castlegregory, connecting some of Kerry’s more rural communities. It was built at a cost of £2700 per mile and took 3 years to complete.  It remains Europe’s most westerly railway line. From the beginnings…

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Big Ben Stops Next Monday

Big Ben Stops Next Monday

Big Ben Stops Next Monday When completed in 1859, it was “the prince of timekeepers: the biggest, most accurate four-faced striking and chiming clock in the world.” The tower had its 150th anniversary on 31 May 2009, during which celebratory events took place. Renamed Elizabeth Tower to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee in 2012. The landmark has been chiming…

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The Bridge To Puck

Bridge to Puck

The Bridge To Puck Today is the last day of the famous Puck Fair, a right of passage in the life of anyone from Kerry.  As children it was exciting to see the horses and stalls that lined the steep hill and streets of Killorglin. Catching sight of King Puck atop of his tower and a…

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Two Images, One Location.

Two Images, One Location. Often I find that when visiting a location to capture an image that I had been visualising over a period of time. It  transpires that  other more appealing scenes offer themselves to me.   Minard Castle & Beach in West Kerry is a beautiful area at anytime of day and anytime…

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Kinsale Harbour

Kinsale Harbour

Kinsale Harbour We spent some time in Kinsale over the weekend which just further fuelled our love for it! A small, artistic, creative community with a great vibe. From cafés with fresh, organic produce to boutiques with organic products it is a wonderful spot for people on a healing journey or clean diet. Galleries and…

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Hodson’s Pillar

Hodson's Pillar

Hodson’s Pillar Our clever ancestors created some of the most amazing landmarks. From elaborate stone carvings to the mind boggling New Grange, Co. Meath.  We recently shot a wedding in Athlone and capturing Hodson’s Pillar was a must. This pillar was built by the Ancient Celts as the geographical centre of Ireland. How they knew where…

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Our Amazing Saint-Avertin Experience!

Retour en France

Our Amazing Saint-Avertin Experience!  Apart from the ferry (worst crossing in ’17!) we had the most amazing experience. We were greeted at the Gallery by Art Director Joao Goncalves and Christophe Lalanne, a local artist & photographer who assisted with hanging all the work. All the local artists use the facility of L’annexe Centre d’art…

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To Cobh | Our Stock Photography Collections

To Cobh | Our Stock Photography Collections We’ve been working on an easy to use Stock Site, from which you can buy images for both publication & social media use. Our unique and exclusive collections showcase Ireland, our constant and most beautiful subject. Lifestyle, landscape, urban, street, travel, black and white, fine art, food, weddings, mindfulness, healing..…

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