Aaron Kenneally Photography
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Welcome to Aaron Kenneally Photography

Hello, I'm Aaron Kenneally, and I have a deep passion for photography, specialising in capturing the breathtaking landscapes and fine art scenes that grace Ireland's shores. For over a decade, I've been privileged to share my art with discerning customers worldwide, offering premium-quality prints. To enhance your experience, I provide complimentary global shipping via UPS. Feel free to explore my carefully curated portfolio, a collection of timeless images celebrating the beauty of our world. Let my photography bring a touch of elegance to your home or office. Thank you for embarking on this photographic journey with me.

The Limited Edition Collection

This series consists of meticulously chosen photographs from my personal collection, now presented as part of my Limited Edition Collection, meticulously crafted to the highest standards. Limited to a mere 12 editions per series, these prints are exceedingly exclusive and are available in three sizes: 14x11 inches, 20x16 inches and a larger 30x24 inches. Each print features a 2-inch outer border, complete with a caption, signature, authentic emboss and a unique edition number.

The Gearagh, Macroom, Co. Cork, Ireland

The Gearagh, Macroom, Co. Cork, Ireland

The Gearagh, situated in County Cork, Ireland, is a unique and ecologically important site with a rich history. This tranquil and hauntingly beautiful area is an alluvial woodland, formed by a complex system of river channels and islands that emerged after the flooding of the Lee Valley in the 1950s due to the construction of the nearby Inniscarra Dam. What makes the Gearagh truly special is its ancient woodland, with some trees dating back over 200 years. Historically, the area has strong ties to local folklore and was even used for illicit distilling during the 19th century. Today, the Gearagh is a protected nature reserve, cherished for its diverse plant and animal life. It stands as a testament to the resilience of nature in the face of human intervention and serves as a tranquil haven for those seeking to explore the intersection of history, ecology, and the natural world.

Gougane Barra, Co. Cork, Ireland

Gougane Barra, Co. Cork, Ireland

Gougane Barra, nestled in the heart of County Cork, Ireland, is a place of serene beauty and historical significance. This enchanting glacial valley is home to Gougane Barra Forest Park, which encompasses a tranquil lake, dense woodlands, and a picturesque hermitage, making it a haven for nature lovers and spiritual seekers. On entering Gougane Barra you are met with St Finbarr's Oratory or Small Church out in the Lake on the little island all on its own. Just behind the Oratory are the remains of St Finbarr's monastery from the 6th century, with beautiful old stations of the cross above the ancient prayer cells. Its history is deeply rooted in Irish monastic tradition, dating back to the 6th century when Saint Finbarr, the patron saint of Cork, established a monastic settlement on the island in the lake. This hermitage became a site of pilgrimage and contemplation over the centuries, with its ruins and oratory offering a glimpse into the area's rich religious past.

The Limited Edition Panoramic Collection

This series features carefully curated, expansive panoramic photographs from my personal collection, now unveiled as part of my Panoramic Collection, meticulously crafted to the highest standards. Selected images are limited to just 12 editions per series, these prints are extraordinarily exclusive and come in a generous size of 35 x 12 inches, offering a truly distinctive and coveted piece of art. Each print includes a 2-inch outer border, featuring a caption, signature, authentic emboss and a unique edition number.

The Gearagh, Macroom, Co. Cork, Ireland

The Gearagh, Macroom, Co. Cork, Ireland

The Gearagh, situated in County Cork, Ireland, is a unique and ecologically important site with a rich history. This tranquil and hauntingly beautiful area is an alluvial woodland, formed by a complex system of river channels and islands that emerged after the flooding of the Lee Valley in the 1950s due to the construction of the nearby Inniscarra Dam. What makes the Gearagh truly special is its ancient woodland, with some trees dating back over 200 years. Historically, the area has strong ties to local folklore and was even used for illicit distilling during the 19th century. Today, the Gearagh is a protected nature reserve, cherished for its diverse plant and animal life. It stands as a testament to the resilience of nature in the face of human intervention and serves as a tranquil haven for those seeking to explore the intersection of history, ecology, and the natural world.

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