“Just a breath of a footstep too near to the edge . . . ” says photographer Amelia Stein of the subject of her second solo exhibition, Precipice. She offers a slice of living history with her dramatic landscape photography which focuses on a stretch of Mayo headland, from Port a’Clóidh to An Rinn Rua, Erris Peninsula. Local historians have recorded the Irish language names assigned to the rock formations, cliffs and in the photographs,...
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