Through this spectacular collection of black and white images, renowned Irish photographer, Giles Norman, captures the breathtaking wonder of Ireland’s west coast, taking you on a photographic journey along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Welcome to the spirit, moods and amazing views of the wonderful world of West Cork, truly a place apart. From the well-known highlights to byways off the beaten track, this enchanting book is for local and visitor alike.
An amazing collection of Irish jump-racing photographs that captures the last decade of the Irish horse-racing scene. For every leap of victory and fist pump, there is a crunching fall or a win that almost was: Pat 'Cash' Healy’s has captured it all with his camera, with captions by Donn McClean.
The true grassroots of Irish horse racing, Point-to-Point tracks are transformed from farmland by dedicated volunteers into temporary racetracks. Photographer Pat Healy and writer Richard Pugh introduce the riders, handlers, venues and famous horses that give Irish point-to-pointing such a unique spirit.
Author and photographer Gareth McCormack shares his passion, knowledge and stunning pictures of the High Mournes and the towns and villages, forests and estates that surround these magnificent peaks.
Take a grand tour of Kerry and discover its people, landscape and wildlife – from the lush pastures of the North to the tranquil lakes of Killarney, from the other-worldly Skellig Islands to the serenity of the Blaskets and the rainbows and snow-capped mountains of Macgillycuddy's Reeks.
An atmospheric collection of over 200 wonderful photographs showing the beauty and diversity of Ireland’s landscape.
Take a photographic journey around Ireland's coast and explore the landscape, history, heritage and wildlife of the offshore islands. Photographers Carsten Krieger and Richard Creagh have a deep love for and knowledge of these special places.
The world’s imagination was gripped on March 17th, 2010, when the spectacular Sydney Opera House was bathed in shades of green. The Global Greening to celebrate St Patrick’s Day has spread every year since then, with many of the world’s most famous buildings and iconic sites light up in shades of green.
Ireland’s Coast showcases Ireland’s landscape, wildlife and people, interspersed with stories and anecdotes compiled over the author's two years of travel. This evocative collection of images of Ireland’s coast in all its splendour is perfect for native or visitor.
From the cliffs of Slieve League to the columns of the Giant’s Causeway, from Belfast’s copper domes to Donegal’s pale sands, Ireland’s Beautiful North introduces the complex rewards of Ulster.