Vanishing Ireland
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Vanishing Ireland further chronicles of a disappearing world by James Fennell

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Published by Hachette Books Ireland in Dublin .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Sequel to Vanishing Ireland by the same authors.

StatementJames Fennell and Turtle Bunbury
ContributionsBunbury, Turtle
LC ClassificationsDA959.1 .F48 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 180 p. :
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24442805M
ISBN 100340920270
ISBN 109780340920275
LC Control Number2010444967

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This book is the follow up to the best-selling, award-nominated 'Vanishing Ireland'. James Fennel and Turtle Bunbury take their readers on a journey into Ireland's past. The portraits from men and woman (the oldest over a hundred years old) that have lived a sometimes not so easy life are inspiring and open a window into a nearly vanished world/5(76). Vanishing Ireland is a beautiful, but sobering book. Fennell and Bunbury set out across Ireland to capture and preserve the stories of ordinary Irish people, people who worked the land, worked with horses, worked on the water, celebrated the music/5.   Vanishing Ireland: Friendship and Community celebrates these bonds and reminds us of what it means to be Irish. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. /5(14). The second volume, 'Vanishing Ireland - Further Chronicles of a Disappearing World' was shortlisted for the IES Irish Published Book of the Year Award Turtle and his co-author James Fennell will appear at the Kildare Readers Festival in Newbridge, Co. Kildare, on Saturday 14th May, VANISHING IRELAND - THIRD VOLUME NEARING COMPLETION/5.

The web site for Vanishing Ireland, the book, the fine art photography gallery, and book orders. 'Vanishing Ireland - Further Chronicles of a Disappearing World' was also been shortlisted for the IES Best Irish-Published Book of the Year Award The third volume was launched in September , accompanied by a 6-week exhibition at the Hunt Museum in Limerick City/5(13).   Praise for the Vanishing Ireland series—: One of the best picture books of the year— Irish Examiner An absolutely beautiful book, the photography is stunning A book our children will love in years to come— Patricia Scanlan An absolutely beautiful book— Pat Kenny, Today with Pat KennyBrand: Hachette Ireland.   Vanishing Ireland by James Fennell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(17).

Vanishing Ireland is a unique collection of portrait interviews looking at the dying ways and traditions of Irish life and taking us back to an Ireland virtually unrecognisable to today's post-boom generation. Illustrated with over a hundred evocative and stunning photographs, we meet the people and customs that shaped the cultural identity of the Irish nation.   The Vanishing Ireland Project began in when writer Turtle Bunbury and photographer James Fennell began to extensively tour their Irish homeland in a bid to chronicle a world that seemed to be. In a sense, Ireland is vanishing before our eyes. This book, with its plates in Black & White, seeks to capture Ireland as it is and was, for the future will change everything. The People, the Land, the Sea, and the Ruins will evolve, but on these pages, will remain frozen for a moment in time. For additional information and additional Released on: Octo   In Vanishing Ireland: Recollections of our Changing Times, award-winning photographer James Fennell and bestselling author Turtle Bunbury once again journey the length and breadth of Ireland to bring us an extraordinary, powerful new collection of poignant interviews from ordinary men and women who share with us their memories, providing us with an /5(25).