From rugged headlands and windswept oceans to fragile flora and shadowed skies, these images are as enduring as they are iconic and capture the timeless splendour of Ireland.
Renowned Irish photographer Giles Norman presents more than 150 of his most enduring black-and-white images in this remarkable collection, now in paperback.
In the almost thirty years since his gallery opened in Kinsale, County Cork, thousands of visitors have witnessed his special talent.
Handed his first camera at the age of eighteen, Norman is entirely self-taught, inspired by his relative, Belgian painter Henri de Braekeleer, and photographers such as Cartier-Bresson and Doisneau. With his 35mm Nikon, Norman creates images of the wild and remote parts of Ireland that have remained untouched by human hand, and of small details of windows and moments in urban and rural life.