Sunday 22nd July

Exhibition – Organico Restaurant, Bantry.

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Exhibition at Organico Restaurant, Bantry

 

A big thank you to Hannah & Rachel for staging a mini exhibition of 6 of my landscape photographs at their beautiful restaurant in Bantry. I would also like to thank Catherine Weld for curating the exhibition. If you are in the area, please drop in.

 

The image is of Glanmore Lake on the Beara Peninsula. It was taken at dawn as the first ray of light enters the valley, lighting up one of the islands on the lake.

 

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Saturday 7th July

Glanmore Lake, Beara, Peninsula, Co, Kerry.

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Glanmore Lake, Beara Peninsula, Co, Kerry – 

 

Glanmore Lake is located nestled in a valley just below the top of the Healy Pass on the Beara Peninsula. Its a stunning location and well worth a visit.

 

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Gougane Barra, West Cork.

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St, Finbarr’s Oratory, Gougane Barra, West Cork – 

 

As part of the People of the Wild Atlantic Way Photography Project I have started to include landscape photographs of signature locations found along the West Coast of Ireland and the 2,500km route of the Wild Atlantic Way. I hope that you like them.

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Sunday 29th April

John Paul Carroll – Schull, West Cork.

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John Paul Carroll – Schull, West Cork.

 

You can’t cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water’.

 

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Sunday 22nd April

Trinny Phillips – Schull, West Cork.

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Trinny Phillips – Schull, West Cork.

 

Enjoy the little things in life for one day you’ll look back and realise they were the big things.’ 

This is a saying my mom once told me, and I think it took me leaving home to realise its true meaning.

 

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Sunday 15th April

Caitlin Frances Hurley – Schull, West Cork.

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Caitlin Frances Hurley – Schull, West Cork.

 

‘You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life.’

 

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Sunday 8th April

Jim Carrig – Schull, West Cork

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Jim Carrig – Schull, West Cork.

 

May love and laughter light your days and warm your heart and home. May good and faithful friends be yours where ever you may roam.’

 

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Sunday 25th March

David Beale – Ballydehob, West Cork.

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David Beale – Ballydehob, West Cork.

 

A poem by author unknown inspired me…..

I suppose you could say there was a distinctive kind of spirit in this home.

Yes, I’m sure there was.

It was the spirit of kindness, patience, loveliness, beauty, and love itself.

The thought occurred to me as I left, that to these people

Heaven itself would not be strange when they went there,

Because they had a corner of it right on Earth.’

 

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Sunday 18th March

Jodi Thomas – Schull, West Cork.

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Jodi Thomas – Schull, West Cork.

 

‘Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; Forget them as soon as you can, Tomorrow is a new day; Begin it well and serenly and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsence.’

 

Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

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Sunday 25th February

John Murray – Schull, West Cork.

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John Murray – Schull, West Cork.

 

I am at my most happiest when I am grateful. Unfortunately this does not happen enough as I know I have much to be grateful for. It is always the difficult life events that make us take stock and realise how blessed we really are. My goal is to make gratitude a constant rather than an aspiration in my life.’

 

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