Lough Erne

Alain Le Garsmeur, Keith Baker

 
Date Published :
May 2011
Publisher :
Blackstaff Press
Contributor(s) :
Alain Le Garsmeur
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9780856408342
Pages : 144
Dimensions : 9.85 X 10.65 inches
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$25.95

Overview
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In 1776 Richard Twiss compared the beauty of Lough Erne to Loch Lomond, the Italian Lakes and Lake Geneva. Today Lough Erne still stands up to such comparisons and remains a visitors’ paradise.

About The Author
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Alain Le Garsmeur is an acclaimed photographer who lives in Portaferry. He has worked for many international publications, including the Sunday Times and Observer magazines. In 1986 he was awarded a World Press Award for his photographs of China. He moved to Northern Ireland in 1990 and has published a number of photographic books, including Yeats: Images of Ireland, Strangford: Portrait of an Irish Lough and Lough Erne.

Keith Baker is the author of four acclaimed contemporary thrillers: Inheritance, Reckoning, Engram and Lunenburg, as well as Lough Erne, with photographs by Alain Le Garsmeur. Inheritance won a WH Smith Fresh Talent Award in 1996 and is on the contemporary fiction syllabus at Queen's University, Belfast. Baker is a former Head of News and Current Affairs for BBC Northern Ireland and lives in County Down.

Alain Le Garsmeur is an acclaimed photographer who lives in Portaferry. He has worked for many international publications, including the Sunday Times and Observer magazines. In 1986 he was awarded a World Press Award for his photographs of China. He moved to Northern Ireland in 1990 and has published a number of photographic books, including Yeats: Images of Ireland, Strangford: Portrait of an Irish Lough and Lough Erne.

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