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Rue, who is originally from Chester but now living in Kilkenny, shot the photo from the Ulysses ferry to Holyhead.
Kathleen Toland, a Donegal native, "tends to be more of a family snapshot type of person," she says. Dublin captured the beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way with this image of Coumeenole. Emer O’Shea from Ballyshannon captured this seagull with the rugged majesty of the Skelligs, Co. Emer lives in Donegal but grew up in Kerry and spends a week there ever year. The image was taken by Michel Dreher, a test Engineer from Rosheim in France. Sabrina O’Brien's photo captures three tourists kayaking on the river near her home.
"Sometimes we just have to take a minute to appreciate what’s on our own doorstep”. It's one of 12 images contained in the Trident Holiday Homes 2015 calender. Kerry whilst on a week-long family holiday in Kerry. Noel O’Neill captured this dramatic image of Dingle Hillwalking Club members hiking along the Wild Atlantic Way.
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"But while out for a drive on a glorious summer evening, this image of the Lighthouse at Fanad caught my eye."February: Coumeenole, Dingle, Co. “Last December, when I saw that wonderful sky with the white breakers rolling in from the Atlantic, I just had to stop the car on the headland and capture it with my camera," she says. “The image rekindles childhood memories of my Dad's tales of the magic of Skelligs and its birdlife,” she says. He took it while visiting his daughter, Emerence, who was working for a year as a French teaching assistant in Scoil Nua An Leith Triuigh, Castlegregory. “The day I took this shot I had brought my goddaughter and her brother for ice-cream and decided to spend time along the river in Thomastown," she says. Evita Coyle from Ballina captured horses racing at the annual Doolough Beach Races in Geesala, Co. “With or without the horses, Doolough Beach is beautiful," she says. I hope that the photo being included in the Trident Holiday Homes Calendar will entice people to come to Geesala and Doolough to see what it has to offer”. Cork captured this image of three boys jumping into the sea from their kayak at Courtmacsherry. Brian Mc Cready photographed the colorful fishing village of Portmagee, Co.