Monthly Archives: December 2007

Meath Heritage

County Meath – Ireland’s Hertiage Capital.

Bective Abbey

“County Meath – Ireland’s Heritage Capital was once the territory of the High Kings of Ireland. Some of the most important Irish historic sites and monuments are located within County Meath and virtually every important aspect of Irish history from prehistoric times is associated with the county.
Bective Abbey
Bective Abbey was founded in 1150 by Murchadh O’ Melaghin, King of Meath, for the Cistercians, and was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. It was an abbey of some importance as the Abbot was a spiritual lord and sat in the Parliament of the Pale. Hugh De Lacy, was buried there in 1195, but was eventually moved to Dublin. The abbey was suppressed in 1536 and the lands were rented to Thomas Asgarde, and eventually bought by Andrew Wyse in 1552. It passed into the hands of the Dillons and then the Boltons, before fallling into ruin. The chief features of the ruins are the combination of both Church and Defence. The Cloister is the best preserved of the buildings and there is a pillar of a figure carrying a crozier. There are also some beautiful arches which are still intact.
This is one of s series of images I am doing on the Heritage Sites and Monuments in Co. Meath. Again with my own style added to the images I am trying to capture a different image than the usual tourist picture postcard image you normally see.

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Meath Heritage

County Meath – Ireland’s Hertiage Capital.

Bective Abbey

“County Meath – Ireland’s Heritage Capital was once the territory of the High Kings of Ireland. Some of the most important Irish historic sites and monuments are located within County Meath and virtually every important aspect of Irish history from prehistoric times is associated with the county.
Bective Abbey
Bective Abbey was founded in 1150 by Murchadh O’ Melaghin, King of Meath, for the Cistercians, and was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. It was an abbey of some importance as the Abbot was a spiritual lord and sat in the Parliament of the Pale. Hugh De Lacy, was buried there in 1195, but was eventually moved to Dublin. The abbey was suppressed in 1536 and the lands were rented to Thomas Asgarde, and eventually bought by Andrew Wyse in 1552. It passed into the hands of the Dillons and then the Boltons, before fallling into ruin. The chief features of the ruins are the combination of both Church and Defence. The Cloister is the best preserved of the buildings and there is a pillar of a figure carrying a crozier. There are also some beautiful arches which are still intact.
This is one of s series of images I am doing on the Heritage Sites and Monuments in Co. Meath. Again with my own style added to the images I am trying to capture a different image than the usual tourist picture postcard image you normally see.

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There is a scanned images from The Meath Post Tuesday 18th December 2007 showing a sample of the images taken by myself and the editing page layout used.

I would do the cropping and comments of the images and then the design team would layout the story with the Sports Editor ( David Jennings ) .

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Newspaper Images

There is a scanned images from The Meath Post Tuesday 18th December 2007 showing a sample of the images taken by myself and the editing page layout used.

I would do the cropping and comments of the images and then the design team would layout the story with the Sports Editor ( David Jennings ) .

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>What The Duck

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What The Duck

 

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