Ireland: Standing Stones to Stormont

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Devenish Press, 2004 - Travel - 143 pages
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""Tom Kumpf is one of those people who, quite simply, take their job seriously. This stands out, especially where Ireland is concerned. And it shows in both his words and pictures...He has become more Irish than the Irish in his efforts to come to terms with, to understand this contradictory little postage-stamp of a land, whose architectural monuments predate the Pyramids of Egypt, whose sagas are the oldest in Europe, yet whose economics is one of the most high-tech in the world.

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Prize-winning photographer Kumpf (Children of Belfast) has turned a collection of luminescent landscape photographs-supported by his passionate and somewhat fanciful text-into a book that evokes a ... Read full review

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Prize-winning photographer Kumpf (Children of Belfast) has turned a collection of luminescent landscape photographs-supported by his passionate and somewhat fanciful text-into a book that evokes a ... Read full review

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