My interest in photography began about 6 years ago and it still continues to to be my passion today. I have had many images published in tourist magazines, books, internet tourist guides, calendars along with commissioned work. I have also won The Irish Meteorological Society Photography competition 2010 with my image of the McGillycuddy Reeks and finished runner-up in 2011 The Irish landscape is always changing its colour and light due to our mild climate and I try to capture this on my travels around the countryside.
The Salmon Weir Bridge in Galway was constructed in 1818 and it was intended to link the old Gaol (on the site of the cathedral) with the courthouse, a distance of no more than two hundred yards! It was also to provide a connection with the main road to Connemara. The river was first drained between 1845 and 1849 and a regulating Weir was built.
Lokofoto - 8.5" x 12"
*Printed photograph will appear exactly as displayed here. (including watermarks, signatures etc.)