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Sailing away from Skellig Michael
Sailing away from Skellig Michael
Image: John Wesson

Take a look at these beautiful photos of Kerry and Dublin Bay

The stunning shots are being published in two new books.
Nov 5th 2017, 8:00 AM 25,496 17

THESE PHOTOGRAPHERS HAVE put together two books illustrating the scenery, people and wildlife of Kerry and Dublin Bay

Photographer John Wesson is an Englishman who fell in love with Kerry in the 1970s and has been photographing the county for thirty years, in rain or sunshine.

Father-and-daughter team Seán and Niamh Kennedy have travelled the 30 kilometres from Howth Head to Dalkey Island in their efforts to capture the coastal life of Dublin Bay.

From Dublin Bay

Yachts off Dun Laoghaire, spinnakers flying Yachts off Dun Laoghaire, spinnakers flying.

Viking Splash Tour Viking Splash Tour.

View south from Killiney Hill View south from Killiney Hill.

RNLI Lifeboat returning to Howth RNLI Lifeboat returning to Howth.

Poolbeg Chimney's silhouetted by sunrise Poolbeg Chimney's silhouetted by sunrise.

Malahide Marina Village Malahide Marina Village Source: Sean Kennedy

From Kerry

Dunquin - 'twists and turns down to Dunquin Pier' Twists and turns down to Dunquin Pier Source: John Wesson

Skellig Michael - Sailing away Sailing away from Skellig Michael

The Gap of Dunloe - River & Bridge The Gap of Dunloe

The Mountains - Black Valley Lough Mountains overlook Black Valley Lough

The Skelligs - Group of puffins A group of puffins on The Skelligs.

Valentia - Lighthouse in storm Valentia Lighthouse in a storm

From Dublin Bay: City by the Sea by Sean and Niamh Kennedy, and From Kerry: The Beautiful Kingdom by John Wesson, both published by The O’Brien Press 2017, are available now.

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