For the past few weeks I have tried to keep this quite, but as the book arrived in the post today I guess its now time to let the cat out of the bag. Its a bit of a milestone for me as a photographer, so you could only imagine how exited I was to see one of my images being used in a book. About two months ago I received an email from a leading Irish Publisher. They were looking to use one of my images in their forth coming publication ‘Treasures of Christian Ireland Vol II’. The book is a collection of articles on a vast array of treasures from the Irish Christian tradition. Well who was I to refuse such an offer. So a deal was finalized and I even managed to get a copy of the book thrown in to sweeten the deal. The book is now on sale, published and distributed by Veritas Publications. You can check them out Here. Oh by the way, the image used was one I took down at Moone of the High Cross. You can see this and more images at my recent post on Moone Here
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