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Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey, Co. Galway, Ireland A new release hand printed by Nancy Wojack Hendrickson from the photo archives of Barry Hendrickson. © Hendrickson Fine Art Photography Read more about the story behind this photograph.> _____ Fine art photographs available for purchase in three sizes. >...

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Fairy Tree, by Barry Hendrickson

Fairy Tree

Fairy Tree, County Galway, Ireland Barry Thomas Hendrickson Printed by Nancy Wojack Hendrickson © Hendrickson Fine Art Photo These lone hawthorn trees sprinkled throughout the Irish countryside are thought to be a sacred home for fairies. Long ago, fairy trees were worshipped in Ireland and thought to have magical powers. Even today, these fairy tress are both feared and respected. Irish superstitions say never to disturb the home of the fairies or it will bring you bad luck. ____ Available for purchase in three sizes >  ...

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Glendalough photo of Irish landscape


Glendalough (Gleann dá Loch, or ‘Glen of the Two Lakes’) Valley was carved out by receding glaciers 12,000 years ago. Bordered by the Wicklow Mountains, the two lakes are adjacent to the renowned ancient monastic site, while this serene view looks north across Lower Lake. ____ Glendalough County Wicklow, Ireland Barry Thomas Hendrickson © Hendrickson Fine Art Photography ____ Our limited edition, Irish landscape photos available in three sizes. > Read "Captivating Glendalough" blog post here. >...

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Connor Pass

Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland © Hendrickson Fine Art Photography Connor Pass traverses the Slieve Mish mountains cutting through the Dingle Peninsula from north to south. Being one of the highest spots in Ireland, it is frequently shrouded in clouds. This view looks northeast to Brandon Bay. ____ Print available in three sizes >...

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Co. Wicklow, Ireland © Barry Thomas Hendrickson Glendalough Monastery, (Gleann dá Loch, or ‘Glen of the Two Lakes’) is an enchanting place. An ancient monastic settlement established in the early 6th century, it is nestled beside two dark lakes. St. Kevin’s, Glendalough’s unique early Irish church with its’ round tower and steep stone roof dates back to the 11th century. In spite of many Viking raids, this settlement managed to grow and flourish for over six centuries. It is one of the most significant ancient monastic sites in Ireland. ____   Prints for sale in three sizes >...

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Famine Cottage

Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland © Barry Thomas Hendrickson On the stunningly beautiful Dingle Peninsula stands this cottage, remaining from the Great Famine of 1845-1851. In such a picturesque setting, it is hard to imagine the suffering of the Great Famine which hit this area of West Kerry particularly hard. Though there was more than enough food produced in the country to feed its population, the British rule of the time chose to export these goods abroad rather than feed the Irish people. A staggering two million people died of starvation or were forced to emigrate. _____ Print available in three sizes >...

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The Rosses, Co Donegal, Ireland

The Rosses

County Donegal, Ireland © Barry Thomas Hendrickson The dramatic coastline of northwestern County Donegal is emphasized by tidal cycles. This image is from an area called “The Rosses”, which has remote coastline harbors and vast stretches of sand left by low tides. Nearby Cruit Island is made up of rugged rocks and sea grasses among wide open vistas. This wonderfully remote area is one of the few remaining Irish-speaking (Gaeltacht) areas. ____   Prints available in three sizes >...

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Fanad Head

County Donegal, Ireland  2005 © Barry Thomas Hendrickson Fanad Head lighthouse sits upon a craggy outcropping in Northern County Donegal. It is one of the most northern points in the county and overlooks Lough Swilly and the northern Atlantic Ocean. In the eighteenth century, a nearby fort was built to ward off French ships. A truly rugged example of the surreal coastline of County Donegal. ____ Prints available in three sizes >...

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