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.
Take a photographic journey around Ireland's coast and explore the landscape, history, heritage and wildlife of the offshore islands. From rugged cliffs thronged with seabirds to tranquil bays, and from quiet strands to bustling villages, Carsten and Richard's words and images bring to life the uniqueness of these small, sea-locked worlds.
An atmospheric collection of over 200 wonderful photographs showing the beauty and diversity of Ireland’s landscape.
Ireland is full of adventures! Fun and excitement wait around every corner – in the city, in the countryside, and over the mountains. Surf an Atlantic wave, go horse-trekking through the wilderness or dance to Irish music.
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.
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.
Thirty-two walks explore the Mournes, taking in rugged coast, high mountains, forest parks and low-level farmlands. The routes lie within the Mourne Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and include Slieve Croob and the north-east coastline.
Older than the Egyptian pyramids, older than Stonehenge, for 5,000 years the ancient megalithic tomb at Newgrange in County Meath has housed the remains of Stone Age ‘aristocracy’, sheltering the spirits of the long dead from the outside world.