Raymond Fogarty’s spectacular drone photography brings a new and thrilling aerial perspective to one of the world’s longest coastal touring routes - Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.
Category: Photography, Travel/Guides/Walking
The Wild Atlantic Way covers 2500km, passing through an incredible variety of landscapes – from the verdant forests of Cork to the lunar landscape of the Burren, from rugged headlands and wild mountainsides to lazy rivers and brooding castles.
Raymond Fogarty’s spectacular drone photography brings a new and thrilling aerial perspective to one of the world’s longest coastal touring routes.
Ireland’s west coast is blessed with many examples of days gone by – where Iron Age forts, medieval castles, abbey ruins and round towers add to a special sense of timelessness. This will give you a taste of what’s to be found; it’s a record of a six-week adventure of one man and his camera drone.
a new and thrilling perspective to one of the world’s longest coastal touring routes – Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way
captured the incredible variety of landscapes along the coastline
the tiny tabletop tome swerves up a swathe of unique, high-altitude looks at Eire’s mostly untouched landscape. Along with stunning photographs of both well-known and out-of-the-way spots, author Raymond Fogarty doles out tidbits of trivia, historical information and travel tips that will entertain, engage and educate readers. This is an ideal introduction and invitation to the region for those who have yet to visit, and a reminder to those who have of what the area has to offer