The following is an extract from the foreword to Richard Fitzgerald’s stunning book of photographs taken in Ireland over the past 45 years. ℘℘℘ For more than forty years I have travelled the length and breadth of the land recording the beauty of Ireland and its people. I love the ever-changing light and the shadowsRead more..
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The haunting distinctive photographs of emigrant Richard Fitzgerald When I began taking photographs of Ireland some forty years ago I felt an immediate connection with Irish emigrants in America, the thousands of people who had left the old country to begin a new life in Boston and New York. The landscape back home was dottedRead more..
It seems an unlikely choice, but apparently areas of Ireland’s west and northwest coastline are proving highly popular with members of the surfing fraternity these days, who are fairly flocking to ride the waves in such counties as Donegal, Clare, Sligo, and Waterford. Surf magazines in the U.S. and Australia have named Ireland as oneRead more..