Continuing the work on republishing my book about the Wild Atlantic Way, one of the things I have been doing is adding and deleting some of the photos from the original book. When I set out on the trip I had no plans whatsoever to include photos in the book. I am not a photographer and know very little about how to include them in the test. Thankfully my publisher, The Liffey Press, encouraged me to include some of the hundreds of photos I took on the round Ireland trip. I had taken the photos to reminds me where I was when I came to writing the book.
New photos to be included are some of my own - these will replace a few of the photos that did not print out well in the original edition. Today I received some brilliant photos from my good friend and colleague, Leo Casey, which I am including in the revised version. On the day I was in the Céide Fields in North Mayo - it was pissing rain. My own photos from that day are dark and dreary. I also did not know about Dún Bríste until researching later for the book.
By very kind permission of Leo, the following two brilliant photos will be included in the new version:
|Céide Fields Interpretive Centre (via Leo Casey).|
|Dún Bríste (via Leo Casey).|
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