Thanks for such a fantastic photo book, a real treasure
They make the ideal Xmas gift and we are really thrilled with them
The Skelligs are a magically serene place and it's fantastic how you captured them, a real work of art.
Congrats, I'd suggest that your book should become part of the Irish primary/secondary curriculum
The book should be part of our natural heritage "teaching" as well on everyone's Christmas list (fantastic gifts)
Kids can use them in art classes, history classes, secondary pupils should be taught how to construct beehive huts or/and paint your Shellig Photos in classes etc....
The book is a real treasure
Congrats on another wonderful photography book Peter. A real treat and must have for any photography book collection.
I couldn't wait to get my book and prints but I knew it'd be well worth the wait and I was right. The book is breathtakingly gorgeous images with more than expected views and information about the Skelligs. So impressive, no one in my family can pass it by without having a look and then it becomes a whole conversation. Truly amazing art.
I subscribed to the Kickstarter campaign for this book sight-unseen because I had full confidence the product would be fine, and having received it, along with an original print, I can confirm to myself and to the readers here that they are fine - in fact excellent. Both the photography and the reproduction quality are superb, and seeing what the photography involved, no doubt this is a unique perspective and unique publication that will remain so for a very long time to come. A signal accomplishment, and for a very reasonable price considering all that went into it. Congrats Peter - you've done it again - only gets better and better.
Before receiving this book, I had no idea idea of what or where the Skelligs is. Now I do and what a desolate place and so isolated. Mr. Cox photographs are marvelous. They are stunning. But to think how he made these images is mind boggling. So much for hiking in the Sierra Nevada, Canadian and Rocky Mountains as the Skelligs are something else. Kudos to Mr. Cox for bringing an isolated place and showing us God’s beauty. A wonderful book. Thank you Mr. Cox.