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Limited Edition of 20 Collection portfolio An exclusive collection of limited edition Fine Art prints and framed canvases of stunning Irish mountain landscape compositions. Each image is unique to the time, the place and the season; some images are taken in classic locations, others in secret locations. It will look good on any wall, in the home or office, and is ideal as a gift.
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Sheep's Head Peninsula portfolio A peaceful, unspoilt peninsula with some of the best coastal scenery, low and rugged hills and waymarked long-distance hiking routes that Ireland has to offer. It's a place apart and one of Ireland's hidden treasures.
(Contains 9 photos)
Undiscovered Beara portfolio In the southwesternmost reaches of Ireland lies the pointed finger of the Beara Peninsula. Its remote sandstone mountains, said to be named after the seven deadly sins, ripple like waves crashing through the skin of the bog. If you dare wander on its summits you are likely to be alone.
(Contains 10 photos)
The high places of Iveragh portfolio Along the spine of The Ring Of Kerry are a rugged series of peaks that soar high above the land. They are all majestic and beautiful, wild and unforgiving, precious and timeless. In the Kingdom of Kerry, these are the mountains of the Iveragh Peninsula.
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Dingle: mountains and the sea portfolio National Geographic once referred it to as 'the most beautiful place on earth'. The mountains of Corca Dhuibhne, Daingean Uí Chúis or Dingle are truly special. They were borne of the sea and are near the Atlantic. Nowhere in Ireland is the blend of mountains and the sea more profound than on the Dingle Peninsula.
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Jewels of Connemara portfolio The quartzite giants of Connemara are sometimes grey, sometimes silver and in some areas yellow-green; but they are always striking and dazzling like jewels in the crown. This portfolio exhibits a side of Connemara rarely seen by many...
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The mountains of Leenaun and Joyces Country portfolio Leenaun is a tiny hamlet nestled in a quite corner of the west of Ireland surrounded by mountains in all directions. These peaks rise high above the long and narrow stretch of Killary Harbour, a sea-inlet that boasts fjord-like status. East of Leenaun are more charming hills, that of Joyces Country. It is a beautiful area of Ireland.
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Mayo: mountain space, mountain stillness portfolio Mayo's wilderness is about many different things: vast trackless boglands, remote and distant summits, a long and rugged coastline. Somewhere between the sea and the sky, its mountains watch over the plains as lonely sentinels: still as the setting sun.
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Achill: soaring on wings of an eagle portfolio The name Achill was said to have originated from the Gaelic word Acaill meaning ‘eagle’. It's spread of island on the west of Ireland is small, but as Robert Lloyd Praeger puts it, Achill has a “strange charm which everyone feels but none can fully explain”.
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Poetic mountains portfolio The area is known as Yeats Country as it served as an inspiration for the late Irish poet, dramatist and prose writer, William Butler Yeats, who is buried at Drumcliff ‘under bare Ben Bulben’s head’. Like Yeats' poetry, these romantic hills of Sligo and Leitrim will forever hold you in its spell.
(Contains 11 photos)
Donegal mountain majesty portfolio In the northwest corner of Ireland, the high places of Donegal is an almost forgotten land. Nowhere in Ireland are the mountains stark and wild as Donegal: the Blue Stack mountains to the south, the Derryveagh mountains to the north, the hills of Inishowen farther north still, and then there's the sea-cliffs of Slieve League and Slievetooey. A lifetime is not enough in this spellbinding landscape.
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Mountains, due north portfolio The rounded little pinnacles of the Sperrins and the nine beautiful Glens of Antrim make up the lovely countryside that Northern Ireland has to offfer. These mountain uplands are hundreds of millions of years old, formed by a collision of continents and red-hot spills of lava out of the earth’s crust as tectonic plates moved apart once again.
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Magic of the Mournes portfolio "...the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea" goes a song by Percy French. These granite mountains in Northern Ireland are contained in a compact area, yet full of character and diversity. On misty days these hills of Boirche are filled with mystery, and when the mist disperse, a magical world of towering peaks are revealed.
(Contains 4 photos)
Wild Wicklow portfolio The Wicklow Mountains are the largest continuous upland region in Ireland. Away from the throngs of tourists in Glendalough, and high in the hills above, are secret corners of Wicklow seldom seen and rarely visited.
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They stand alone portfolio These are the solitary summits in the south and southeast of Ireland: each unique and with its own charm - hills like Keeper Hill, Slievenamon and Mount Leinster.
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Ridges and coums of the southeast portfolio The mountains in the southeast of Ireland are full of variety: from rolling brown hills to towering harp-like peaks; from deep glacial carved valleys to charming mountain lakes; from broad moorland plateaus to narrow ridges of Old Red Sandstone. There is something to suit everyone's taste.
(Contains 65 photos)
In the media portfolio A portfolio of Adrian Hendroff's magazine articles, press publications, media and online blog appearances.