The Skelligs: Islands on the Edge of the World
Great to see such varied and wonderful photos of the Skelligs. The quality of paper and photos is really excellent. So nice photos from places which are off limits to the public. I’ve viewed the island from the water and land but its so nice to see photos taken from places you can’t reach like the old lighthouse. Drone photos also add so much. Love the mix as well, aerial, traditional landscape, night, puffins! So nice.
On the flip side some of the two page panoramic photos while lovely were “pinched” somewhat by the book binder. Page 44 is a good example of what I mean here or indeed page 22 vs the cover photo. This is me being picky as overall its a really beautiful book.
I will be buying another to give as a present to a friend:)
A big thank you.
I bought this beautiful book for my husband who couldn't have been more thrilled fabulous photography
Bought for a relative who had visited the Skelligs a decade ago. He is very happy with it. Especially in the lockdown; a great escape
perfect gift received on time . it is a stunning book and truly appreciated by the person who received it.
I couldn’t quite reach the word I needed to adequately describe the experience I felt visiting the Skelligs last summer (didn’t get on Skellig Michael unfortunately). They are beautiful, spiritual, inspiring and therefore simply magnificent. When I bought Peter’s book it’s own magnificence is that it brings you right back to where you feel you are experiencing the islands up close. You also get to learn and see so much more - opening it again and again and you spot something new every time. It’s a absolute beauty and I couldn’t recommend it highly enough.