Aerial Landscapes of Ireland 215 Calendar


My apologies to those who emailed me about copies of the calendar.

They have all gone!


Front cover: Errigal from Dunlewy Lough.
Errigal is Ireland’s most iconic mountain. Its distinctive conical shape and quartzite scree slopes rise majestically above the landscape and form part of the Derryveagh Highlands. It is Donegal’s highest mountain at 751metres 2,464ft.

My images, along with many others from fellow photographers, appear on a regular basis each year in a number of calendars produced by other companies and organisations. I have no input or control on the size, or  how they are reproduced. I don’t produce calendars on a regular basis, only when I feel I have something different to show. Most of you will recall the highly acclaimed publication on the ‘NATURAL HISTORY OF ULSTER’ published in 2011. The 2015 calendar this year features some of the aerial landscapes photographed especially for the book and others from the rest of Ireland. This is a unique opportunity to see them in this large 18X14 inch calendar. Most of them were already accounted for well in advance of printing, but there are a very small number left. If you would like a copy then contact me ASAP. They will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.


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