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The Most Beautiful Pictures of Ireland | Featured Photographer Gareth Wray

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The Most Beautiful Pictures of Ireland | Featured Photographer Gareth Wray

Our photographers are doing a great job in capturing and sharing the beauty of Ireland and they do not always get the credit they receive.

In this new series of blog posts, Love Ireland have decided to celebrate our photographers who do such a sterling job.

Our Featured Photographer: - Gareth Wray

There’s no road nor path I won’t venture to bring you that perfect shot! In my own words “You don’t get lost in Ireland, you discover” - Gareth Wray

About Gareth Wray

According to his website, Gareth is  an Irish born Landscape & Aerial Photographer with a deep passion for Irish landscapes. Particularly those along Donegal’s Wild Atlantic Way. 

Gareth’s  main goal is to boost tourism by creating awareness towards Irelands hidden beauty.  

Here are some of the images featured by Gareth Wray,

(Check out for some of the best prints of Ireland)

The Giant's Causeway - Cliff Tops’

‘Bluebell Meadows of Benbulben’

Ballyness Bay, Falcarragh onlooking Tory Island, County Donegal, Ireland

Falmore, Donegal, Ireland

‘Boyeeghter & Tra Na Rossan Bay’

Three of my favourite beaches are captured on this photo. Firstly, you can see the stunning ‘Boyeeghter Bay’ or as most know it as “The Murder Hole Beach” in the foreground. Behind it’s shadowing hill of ‘Gortnalughoge’ can be seen ‘Tra Na Rossan Beach’ & if your eyes are really sharp then you may just see ‘Tramore Beach’ in the extreme distance under the clouds on ‘Sheephaven Bay’ with ‘Muckish Mountain’ to the right.

The Emery Celtic Cross, Killea, County Donegal, Ireland

“Slieve League Cliffs”

"Ireland's Beauty Begins Beneath its Surface"

Muckross Head

Malin Head, Co. Donegal

"Classiebawn Castle & Benbulben Mountain"

“Dun Briste Sea Stack” - Downpatrick Head

“The Cliffs of Moher & Harry Potter’s Cave”


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