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    Live Streaming & Vlogging Kit

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    Ring Light and Smartphone Clip Holder, durable plastic with sturdy metal-reinforced arm for accurate positioning!

    20.00
  • Dublin’s Working Prams: A photographic

     

    It’s lockdown. Why not go on a trip down memory lane? The best-selling book – Dublin’s Working Prams: A Photographic Portrait of Dublin Street Traders – has over 100 pages of colour and black and white photographs and interviews with street traders. It traces their history from Molly Malone to modern times, and was written, photographed, and printed in Ireland! It’s an ideal gift for yourself, for the Dubliner in your life, or for those that are far away from Dublin. The book can be signed and personalised by the author if wished.

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  • The Shannon at sunrise

    The river Shannon, at Jamestown Weir, Co. Leitrim at dawn, on the shortest day of the year, 21st December, 2019.

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  • Sold By: Grá Photography

    Ballybunion Print Purple Heather

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    Purple Heather overlooking the Nuns Beach and Virgin Rock.
    5 x 7 print of Ballybunion, mounted and ready to hang in an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped too

    20.00
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    Flexiable Tripod

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    • Universal clip for smartphones
    • Screw thread for cameras
    12.00
  • Storm Epsilon , crashing into the Sligo coast

    Nature showing us the raw power of the ocean

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  • Sold By: Grá Photography

    Ballybunion Print Pink Sunset

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    Amazing Pink Sunset overlooking the Nuns Beach

    5 x 7 print of Ballybunion, mounted and ready to hang in an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped too

    20.00
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  • ‘Til the cows come home.

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    Abandoned farmhouse, County Offaly, Ireland.
    30cm x 20cm (12″ x 8″) fine art print.

    56.0060.00
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    Ballybunion Print Nuns Beach

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    The gorgeous Nuns Beach

    5 x 7 print of Ballybunion, mounted and ready to hang in an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped too

    20.00
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    Ballybunion Print Mens Beach Bench View

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    Mens Beach View from this popular seat.

    5 x 7 print of Ballybunion, mounted and ready to hang in an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped too

    20.00
  • Horseshoe photo frame

    Forge welded horseshoes, photoframe

    25.00
  • Wild West

    Nature showing us the raw power of the ocean

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    Wild West

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    Serenity

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  • Albert Marina

    Albert Marina, Co. Roscommon at dawn, on the shortest day of the year, 21st December 2021

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    Albert Marina

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  • Along the magic shore.

    30cm x 30cm (12″ x 12″) fine art print.

    69.00
  • The evening shoreline.

    25cm x 20cm (10″ x *8) fine art print.

    58.00
  • Sold By: Grá Photography

    Ballybunion Print Winter Sunset

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    Winter Sunset 5 x 7 print of the Castle Green in Ballybunion, mounted and ready to hang in an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped too

    20.00
  • Sold By: Irish Photo Art

    Guinness Gates

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    Black & White photograph of the famous Guinness St. James Gates at the top of the cobblestone and railway tracks on Rainsforth Street, Dublin. Home of the Black stuff.

    I took this photograph when I was doing family research. My great Grandfather walked these cobblestones on his way to work as a malter at Guinness.

    A fine art print on  premium quality photo paper with archival properties.  I apply textures to the photograph that I take by doing this I am creating a beautiful piece of photo art that is unique to the subject. 

    29.00115.00
    Guinness Brewery Gates
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    Guinness Gates

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  • Iris O’Connor Photography – Magic

    Iris O’Connor Photography – atmospheric print for kids and adults alike

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  • By the magic stream.

    30cm x 20cm (12″x8″) fine art print.

    60.00
  • The Four Seasons

    The four seasons captured on New Road in Tullamore. These images showing the four distinct seasons were captured over 2 and half years. They are available as a set of four 7×5 prints. Unfortunately I don’t do it as a framed set due to issues with damage to frames when being shipped.

    45.00
  • Mini Photo Album “Diary Box”

    Handmade Mini Photo Album Diary Box,  Shipping cost included.

    49.00
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    Dopamine

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    Dopamine

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  • Turlough O’Carolan

    Turlough O’Carolan, that well known Irish Harper-Composer, was born in the year 1670 near Nobber, County Meath, where his father was a blacksmith.

    In 1684, when he was 14 years of age, his family moved to Ballyfarnon, County Roscommon, where John Carolan – Turlough’s father – was employed by the McDermott-Roe family who lived at Alderford, Ballyfarnon.

    Mrs. McDermott-Roe took an interest in him and had him educated. When Turlough was 18 years of age he contracted small pox, a disease which was usually fatal at the time. His life was spared but he was left permanently blind. Turlough’s blindness, in a way, was a blessing because it awakened in him a hidden gift for music.

    It was then that his patron, Ms Mary McDermott-Roe, saw to it that he was trained in the Irish Harp. She had him apprenticed to a harper who was a relation of hers. She maintained him during his three years of study and when he reached 21 years of age provided him with a harp, a horse, a guide and sufficient money to begin his professional career. He started on his way as an Itinerant Harper.

    At first he was not considered to be a great musician, mainly because he was an adult when he started studying, and when it was suggested to him that he try his hand at composing he did so and composed Sheemore and Sheebeg.

    It was then his fame spread throughout Ireland and his career took off. The way Turlough made a living was to travel from big house to big house and from castle to castle, entertaining the households and the friends of some of the most famous and wealthy people in Ireland at the time.

    Often as a special favour he would write a tune in honour of the man of the house or his wife or daughter. He called these tunes “Planxties”. He was very successful and people would delay weddings and funerals until he could be present to play the appropriate tune.

    In 1720 , Turlough Carolan married Mary Maguire. He was then 50 years of age. Their first family home was a cottage on a parcel of land near Mohill, Co Leitrim, where they settled. They had seven children, six daughters and a son. In 1733 his wife Mary died.

    Turlough Carolan was one of the last Irish Harpers who composed and a significant number of his works survive in single line melody. He started playing the harp when he was 18 years of age and became very skillful at it, but his .fame developed from his gift for composition and verse. When

    Turlough Carolan was a very young man, before his blindness, he met and fell in love with a young woman named Bridget Cruise. Bridget was part of a noble family and Turlough’s family was of skilled labourers, so a match could never be made.

    And even though he went on to live a very successful life, he never forgot Bridget and wrote three “Planxties” in her honour. He met her again near the end of his life when he was on his way to a Religious Retreat in County Donegal.

    In the year 1738, feeling ill, he returned to the home of his patron, Ms Mary McDermott-Roe. It is said that his ‘final composition was to her Butler who brought him his last drink. He died on the 25th March, 1738, aged 68 years.

    He was buried with much ceremony in the cemetery at Kilronan. A plaque in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, honours him as “The last of the Irish Bards”, the man who brought to a close the centuries-old tradition of the Wandering Poet/Minstrel. Carolan’s wake is said to have lasted for four days. Harpers from over a wide area attended the wake and played their harps continuously. His funeral was also impressive with a large number of Priests taking part in the ceremony.

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    Turlough O’Carolan

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  • Avenue To Durrow Abbey

    The avenue to Durrow Abbey outside Tullamore on a foggy autumn morning

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  • Where the pink roses grow limited edition fin

    1. Where the pink roses grow .

    Framed Artwork and free shipping within Ireland.

    Can ship worldwide ( certain restrictions apply)

    12 x 12 original painting on canvas board   (update: ORIGINAL PAINTING HAS SOLD)

    Limited edition fine art giclee print available in two sizes

    12″x 12″ fine art archival quality giclee print on high quality rag fine art paper. This will be finished in a white professional wooden frame. Frame size 16″ x16″.

    8″ x 8″ fine art archival quality giclee print on high quality rag fine art paper. This will  be finished in a white professional wooden frame.

    Frame size 10″ x 10″

     

    59.0095.00
  • Bell Meadow Wild Flowers

    Bell Meadow Wild Flowers is printed on FotoSpeed Cotton Etching 305 – this is a 100% cotton Acid Free Fine Art giclee paper with a white base. The surface has an etching texture which helps accentuate detail and gives depth to the printed image.

    45.00170.00
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    Professional Aluminum Tripod

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    1 x YunTeng 5208 Tripod (Black)
    1 x Universal Grip
    1 x bluetooth Remote Control 
    1 x USB Cable
    1 x Carrying Bag

     

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  • Spideog – Robin

    Spideog is printed on FotoSpeed Cotton Etching 305 – this is a 100% cotton Acid Free Fine Art giclee paper with a white base.

    The surface has an etching texture which helps accentuate detail and gives depth to the printed image.

    45.00170.00
  • Red Poppy

    Red Poppy is printed on FotoSpeed Cotton Etching 305 – this is a 100% cotton Acid Free Fine Art giclee paper with a white base.

    The surface has an etching texture which helps accentuate detail and gives depth to the printed image.

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    Red Poppy

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  • Sunbeams.

    30cm x 20cm (12″ x 8″) fine art seascape.

    60.00
  • Sold By: Grá Photography

    Ballybunion Print Night View

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    I took this photo by night, looking back towards the Castle Green and town which is beautifully lit up.

    5 x 7 print of Ballybunion, mounted and ready to hang in an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped too

    20.00
  • Sold By: Grá Photography

    Ballybunion Print Cave View

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    A view from the cave across the Ladies Beach to the Castle Green.

    5 x 7 print, mounted and ready to hang in an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped too

    20.00
  • Up the curved stairs.

    Mr Peacock surveys his domain 🙂
    25cm x 20cm (10″ x 8″) fine art print.

    58.00
  • Sold By: K9-Fit

    Worlds Best Dog Frame

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    Worlds Best Dog true love has four paws frame fits photo 4 x 4″

    10.00
  • The floral quartet.

    Set of 4 individual prints.
    Each print measures 25cm x 25cm.

    105.00110.00
  • A distant call.

    Iconic water bailiff’s cottage near Maam Cross, Connemara, County Galway.
    30cm x 20cm (12″ x 8″) hand-textured, fine art print.

    60.00
  • Across the barley field.

    A late summer harvest scene from County Offaly, Ireland.
    30cm x 20cm (12″ x 8″) fine art print.

    60.00
  • The days that sing

    A hand-textured summer meadow scene.
    30cm x 30cm (12″ x12″) fine art print.

    62.0069.00
  • The old house beneath the trees.

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    Old farmhouse, County Roscommon, Ireland.

    30cm x 30cm (12″ x 12″) fine art print.

    68.0072.00
  • Sold By: Grá Photography

    Ballybunion Print Castle Green

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    Castle Green reflection 5 x 7 print of Ballybunion, mounted and ready for an 8 x 10 frame. Gift wrapped

    20.00

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