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.

White Star Line Pier, Cobh, Co. Cork, Ireland

White Star Line Pier, Cobh, Co. Cork, Ireland

The White Star Line Pier in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland, holds a significant place in the history of Irish emigration to the United States, particularly in connection with the tragic voyage of the RMS Titanic. This historic pier served as the last port of call for the Titanic on April 11, 1912, before the ill-fated ship set sail for its maiden voyage across the Atlantic. Cobh, then known as Queenstown, was a bustling hub for Irish emigrants seeking new opportunities in America, and many hopeful passengers boarded the Titanic at this very pier. The Titanic's sinking in the icy waters of the North Atlantic remains a poignant chapter in Irish-American history, as it claimed the lives of numerous Irish emigrants who had embarked on that fateful journey. Today, the White Star Line Pier stands as a somber reminder of the dreams and aspirations of those brave souls who sought a better life across the ocean, as well as a memorial to the tragic loss of life on that infamous night in 1912.

Kinsale, Co. Cork, Ireland

Kinsale, Co. Cork, Ireland

Kinsale, located in County Cork, Ireland, is a charming coastal town renowned for its picturesque beauty, rich history, and vibrant culinary scene. Situated at the mouth of the River Bandon, Kinsale boasts a scenic harbor adorned with colorful buildings and quaint streets. This historic town is famous for its well-preserved 17th-century architecture and is often referred to as the "Gourmet Capital of Ireland" due to its numerous top-notch restaurants, pubs, and seafood offerings. Kinsale is also known for its maritime heritage, with a museum dedicated to this history. Visitors flock to Kinsale for its stunning scenery, cultural attractions, and delectable cuisine, making it a must-visit destination on the Emerald Isle.

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 Weir Island Grasses, Co. Cork, Ireland

The Weir Island Grasses, Co. Cork, Ireland

Weir Island, located in County Cork, is a picturesque and serene gem amidst the stunning landscapes of Ireland. This idyllic island, with its lush greenery and tranquil surroundings, offers a perfect retreat for nature enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful escape. Visitors can explore its rich history and unique flora and fauna while strolling along its scenic shores. The island's name, evoking a sense of mystery and allure, hints at the fascinating stories and legends that are woven into its fabric. Whether you're a history buff or simply looking for a place to unwind in the midst of Ireland's natural beauty, Weir Island in County Cork is a destination that promises both charm and tranquility.

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