Hello there, my name is Joe Cashin. I am a photographer based in South Kilkenny, near Waterford City and Carrick on Suir, Ireland. To date my work has received many awards and prizes. My pictures have been featured on nine book covers, National and local newspapers as well as being featured in many books, magazines and publications. I am presently a relief photographer with The Munster Express in Waterford City.
On My Flickr web site my pictures have recieved over three and a half million visits and an average of 1,700 hits a day.
My pictures have also been used on National , International and Satellite TV stations, web sites, greeting and special event cards, post cards, party invitations, wedding invitations, calendars, photo books, Irish Tourism, Obituary cards, CD cover, etc. Most of my pictures are used as office decor and gifts for all occasions.
A collection of local signs in The Black Valley, County Kerry, Ireland. The Black Valley in County Kerry, is a remote location in the Macgillycuddy's Reeks situated south of the Gap of Dunloe and north of Moll's Gap. The valley is also part of the Kerry Way, a walkers version of the Ring of Kerry beginning and ending in Killarney. The valley is also noted for being the last place in Ireland to be connected to the electricity and telephone networks due to its remoteness. The connection happened in 1978, according to a CIE Tour Guide
Lokofoto - 12" x 8.5"
*Printed photograph will appear exactly as displayed here. (including watermarks, signatures etc.)