Ireland Fine Art Photography
by Jacqueline LaRocca
“Feeling Something From Long Ago”
Ireland Fine Art Photography featuring castles, scenic landscapes, and historical locations and monuments are available in different sizes and shipped from our vendor in the USA. These prints will complement your existing wall art in your home or office. At this time we do not ship outside the USA. I include images from many historical locations as well as ancient monuments and surreal landscapes.
While in Dublin, I suggest you visit Glasnevin Cemetery. In addition to being the resting place of the Founding Fathers of Ireland it is notwithstanding an uniquely designed cemetery to say nothing of the important historical monuments. At the same time don’t forget to visit world renowned Trinity College. On the other hand you wish to see Kilmainham Gaol, if you are interested in Irish history.
Castletown House with the landscaped driveway, unlike no other, is in County Kildare. Additionally, Maynooth College is nearby and also worth a visit. In addition, Kildare is also famous for it’s thoroughbred horses and has many stud farms in the county.
Glendalough, in County Wicklow, especially, scenic landscape, and specifically, the ancient historical Round Tower of Glendalough.
In like manner, County Cork, there are fine-art images of Kanturk Castle, the renowned famine cemetery, the additionally, Drombeg Stone Circle. Cobh, formerly Queenstown, was the departure point for most emigrants to the United States of America. You might like to visit not only Cork City but also the lovely town of Baltimore in West Cork.
Clare, there is Poulnabrone Dolmen in Burren National Park, definitely, a premier example of an ancient passage grave. Notwithstanding, Clare is the home of traditional music. Kinvara is a small town well worth a visit.
Meanwhile in County Galway, for those interested in literature, you may visit not only Coole Park , but Thoor Ballylee, and also Dunguaire Castle. In Connemara a very popular destination and well worth a visit is Kylemore Abbey. Christopher Columbus visited Galway prior to founding America.
Obviously, I have made many visits to Ireland and I am definitely looking forward to many more. Enjoy my Ireland Black and White Photography. Hope you are too because the place is after all the very best.
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