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Jason Lee – Ballydehob, West Cork.

People of the Wild Atlantic Way Photography Project – Jason Lee – Ballydehob, West Cork. Here’s a favourite poem of mine by Charles Baudelaire –  Be Drunk Always be drunk. Nothing else matters: its the only way. So as not to feel the horrible burden of time that Breaks your back and bends you to […]

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James O’Sullivan – Sheep’s Head, West Cork.

People of the Wild Atlantic Way Photography Project –  James O’Sullivan – Sheep’s Head, West Cork. ‘When I was younger I went away to work, thinking every where else was better. I had to go away to appreciate  the place I came from and this appreciation drew me back. This is where I’m happiest, living […]

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Patricia O’Sullivan – Ballydehob, West Cork.

People of the Wild Atlantic Way Photography Project –  Patricia O’Sullivan – Ballydehob, West Cork. ‘One of my favourite poems comes from a book called  ‘The Gift’. A collection of poems by Haliz, the great Sufi master from Persia (14th C.)recently translated by Daniel Ladinsky. With That Moon Language Admit something: Everyone you see, you […]

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Andrew Street, Ballydehob, West Cork.

People of the Wild Atlantic Way Photography Project –  Andrew Street – Ballydehob, West Cork. ‘The albums Hunky Dory & Ziggy Stardust came out when I was 16/17 years old. Hearing them and seeing David Bowie live on that tour made me realise it was a good thing to be an individual (even eccentric). I […]

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Margaret Downey Harrington – Castletownbere, West Cork.

People of the Wild Atlantic Way Photography Project –  Margaret Downey Harrington – Castletownbere, West Cork. ‘I’ve been involved in the fishing industry all my life, my father was a fisherman and my grandfather and great grandfather were fishermen. I’ve always had a deep connection with the sea. A cherished memory from childhood is a […]

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Ana Barrett – Ballydehob, West Cork.

 People of the Wild Atlantic Way Photography Project –  Ana Barrett – Ballydehob, West Cork. ‘The following is a few lines from one of my favourite songs….. ‘Something good comes with the bad, A song is never just sad. There’s hope, there’s a silver lining.’ First Aid Kit – My Silver Lining.