Neil O’Connor’s Magnificent Pictorial Coverage of Christmas Square Event 2018

We thank Photographer Supreme, Neil O’Connor of West End, Millstreet and now residing with his Family in U.S.A. for having shared a truly wonderful selection of some 11 images which he captured at The Square on the night in early Dec. 2018 of the official turning on of the lights at the National Monument.   His telephoto pictures of members of the Pipe Band and Millstreet Community Singers are magnificent.   Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Neil O’Connor’s Magnificent Pictorial Coverage of Christmas Square Event 2018”

Shane’s Superb Photographic Study of Knocknakilla Stone Circle 2018

 

A superb pictorial study of the Knocknakilla Stone Circle by wonderfully talented Photographer, Shane McCarthy of Carriganima. We thank Share for sharing such a splendid silhouette image. Click on the picture to enlarge. (S.R.)

Superb Mushera Mountain Views by Shane McCarthy of Carriganima

Well done indeed to talented Photographer Shane McCarthy of Carriganima who recently climbed Mushera Mountain to its summit and captured two splendid images including the rare picture of the Cross at the summit.   God bless Shane’s energy to climb such a challenging height.  We wish to express our sincere thanks for sharing such treasured viewsClick on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

Denis O’Regan’s Magnificent Images of Drishane Cross Country 2016

A million thanks to Photographer Supreme, Denis O'Regan (a native of Station Road, Millstreet) for his truly magical images of the recent Cross Country Eventing in the exquisitely magnificent setting of Drishane Estate in August 2016.  Please click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
A million thanks to Photographer Supreme, Denis O’Regan (a native of Station Road, Millstreet) for his truly magical images of the recent Cross Country Eventing in the exquisitely magnificent setting of Drishane Estate in August 2016. Please click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

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9denis-oregan-drishane-cross-country-2016-pics-600And before we share (below) more of Denis’s excellent pictures we wish to acknowledge a further €50.00 contribution towards our annual website costings and Museum funding from a local father whose son works abroad and for whom our website is of importance for his son’s daily updating of the news from Millstreet Parish as shared by our various voluntary website team members.  Míle buíochas.  (S.R.) [read more …] “Denis O’Regan’s Magnificent Images of Drishane Cross Country 2016”

Men at Work – Superb Visual Recording by Justin Black

What a magnificent image captured here by Photographer supreme - Justin Black of Justborn Photography - at Cloghoula.  The mighty men at work are (from left):  John Horgan, Patrick Rohan and Seán Murphy.  We thank Seán M. for making this wonderful photography available to us to share worldwide.  The marvellous scene was captured one recent evening at dusk.  Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)
What a magnificent image captured here by Photographer supreme – Justin Black of Justborn Photography – at Cloghoula. The mighty men at work are (from left): John Horgan, Patrick Rohan and Seán Murphy. We thank Seán M. for making this wonderful photograph available to us to share worldwide. The marvellous scene was captured one recent evening at dusk. Click on the image to enlarge. (S.R.)

Magnificent Sunset Scene Captured by Fr. James This Evening

From Fr. James McSweeney
Chaplain Coláiste Pobail Bheanntraí
(Bantry Community College)
As Fr. James states: "I took this pic earlier while out for my Sunday afternoon walk. I just hit it lucky before the clouds rolled in from the west. A few minutes later and the moment was gone!"  Many thanks, Fr. James McSweeney who is Chaplain at Bantry Community College - for the exquisite image.  Click on the picture to enlarge.  (S.R.)
As Fr. James states:
“I took this pic earlier while out for my Sunday afternoon walk.
I just hit it lucky before the clouds rolled in from the west.
A few minutes later and the moment was gone!”  Many thanks, Fr. James McSweeney who is Chaplain at Bantry Community College – for the exquisite image.  Note Drishane Castle and the snow covered mountains.  Click on the picture to enlarge. (S.R.)

The Superb Picture Gallery Archive of Jane Thomas of Millstreet

We thank  photographer supreme, Jane Thomas of Millstreet for sharing a wonderful selection of her photographic gallery.  Here we feature the first part of a splendid selection taken at Muckross Traditional Farm in Killarney where the focus is on the Ireland of a bygone age. Click on the images to enlarge.   (S.R.)1Jane Thomas Picture Gallery Part 1 -600 6Jane Thomas Picture Gallery Part 1 -600 7Jane Thomas Picture Gallery Part 1 -600 25Jane Thomas Picture Gallery Part 1 -600And here we continue to feature many more of Jane’s delightful photographs.
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Wedding of Pearl and Glynn – Photo by Fr. James McSweeney

Best Man Douglas Twomey, Groomsmen Mickey Hartnett and Trevor Heffernan Chief Bridesmaid Jeanette Collins Bridesmaids Jeanne Barrett and Rose O'Connell Flowergirl Ruby Lehane. Many thanks to Fr. James McSweeney for the superb picture of Saturday's Wedding. (S.R.)
Best Man Douglas Twomey, Groomsmen Mickey Hartnett and Trevor Heffernan, Chief Bridesmaid Jeanette Collins, Bridesmaids Jeanne Barrett and Rose O’Connell, Flowergirl Ruby Lehane.   Many thanks to Fr. James McSweeney for the superb picture of Saturday’s Wedding.   Click on the image to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Photographer Supreme Sheila Capturing a Truly Memorable Occasion

We extend sincere thanks to Photographer Supreme, Sheila Fitzgerald pictured here with Taoiseach Enda Kenny, for superbly capturing many special moments of the Taoiseach's visit to Millstreet on Friday, 12th June 2015.  This coming week's "Corkman" will undoubtably feature many of Sheila's pictures of the important occasion. Click on the images to enlarge.  (S.R.)
We extend sincere thanks to Photographer Supreme, Sheila Fitzgerald pictured here with Taoiseach Enda Kenny, for superbly capturing many special moments of the Taoiseach’s visit to Millstreet on Friday, 12th June 2015. This coming week’s “Corkman” will undoubtedly feature many of Sheila’s pictures of the important occasion. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)

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Bill Power’s Magnificent Christmas Stamp Projects Millstreet Worldwide

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Renowned Writer and Photographer supreme, Bill Power from Mitchelstown was very impressed by Millstreet when he visited this evening to photograph the splendid stained glass windows at St. Patrick’s Church.   (S.R.)
Renowned Writer and Photographer supreme, Bill Power from Mitchelstown was very impressed by Millstreet when he visited on Sunday evening, 13th April 2014 to photograph the splendid stained glass windows at St. Patrick’s Church.  It was on that very evening that Bill captured the exquisite image which now features on the €1.00 stamp which this Christmas will be one of the main stamps used by the Irish people for  posting abroad.  The image is from the beautiful stained glass window over the 10th Station of the Cross in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.  Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. made very special reference in his homily at Mass tonight to the great honour it is for Millstreet Church to have such a wonderful local feature going global through An Post and the marvellous photography of Bill.   Bill is pictured here with a copy of “Down the Park” before calling to the Wallis Arms Hotel on that very evening.  Click on the image to enlarge.   (S.R.)