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Exhibition celebrating Co Kerry’s beauty

A new photography exhibition featuring many breathtaking images from a variety of photographers is heading to Kerry next week.

The Kerry Landscapes Photography Exhibition will take place on Sunday 14th September and will be held at the Fels Point Hotel Tralee.

Kerry is one of the most beautiful parts of Ireland and photographers from all over the county are taking part in the exhibition to celebrate that beauty.

Admission to the event is free. For more information visit the Kerry landscapes Facebook page

Photographers

Keith McGlynn

'Harmony' by Keith McGlynn
‘Harmony’ by Keith McGlynn

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Susan Browne

Ballybunion virgin rock by Susan Browne
Ballybunion virgin rock by Susan Browne

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Willie Kunze

Valentia Island by Willie Kunze
Valentia Island by Willie Kunze

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Paul Woods

Molls Gap by Paul Woods
Molls Gap by Paul Woods

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Breda Cante

Glanteenassig by Brenda Canty
Glanteenassig by Brenda Canty

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Bernard Fitzgerald

Photo by Bernard Fitzgerald
Photo by Bernard Fitzgerald

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Tracy Fitzgerald

Lough Gill by Tracy Fitzgerald
Lough Gill by Tracy Fitzgerald

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l to r – Susan Browne, Paul Woods, Christina Houlihan Tydings, Keith McGlynn
l to r – Susan Browne, Paul Woods, Christina Houlihan Tydings, Keith McGlynn

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