Not your average Beara

A new deluxe hardback by landscape photographer Norman McCloskey captures the rugged beauty of the west Cork peninsula in all its distinctive glory

18th November, 2018
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Glanmore Lake

‘What Norman McCloskey captures forever is that moment when the rain has stopped, and the familiar beauty emerges from the cloud. You had almost forgotten it was there.”

Neil Jordan’s foreword to Kenmare-based landscape photographer Norman McCloskey’s book Beara aptly describes the breathtaking images to be found within. Stretching across 120 pages, the 90 photographs – six of which feature on these pages – are a compilation of two years spent framing the...

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