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Books from Holy Stone Publications - Tom Fox

DINGLE DOWN THE YEARS A THIRD COLLECTION OF OLD PHOTOGRAPHS compiled by Tom Fox This is the third collection of old photographs of Dingle town compiled by Tom Fox. A new collection of 250 illustrations, it charts 75 years of Dingle life, beginning with a photograph of Jim Ashe from Kinard taken in California in 1896.

ANCIENT TOWN OF HIGH RENOWN RHYMES AND POEMS FROM DINGLE TOWN AND PENINSULA compiled by TOM FOX. A wonderful collection of romantic, nostalgic and histoyical rhymes and poems from Dingle Town and Peninsula about people, places and events close to the hearts of muintir Chorca Dhuibhne.

Dingle Writing Courses

Dingle Writing Courses offers you a rare experience - the chance to devote time to your writing with the help and guidance of a professional writer in one of the most beautiful locations in Ireland.

Our aim is to support you as an emerging or established writer. There is no pre- requisite for attending one of our residential weekend courses; it is enough to have the desire to write. The last 12 years have established our reputation for excellence and enable us to attract tutors of the highest calibre with experience of tutoring at all levels.

Our location offers you a retreat, with space and time to concentrate on your work. A writing course is an intense literary experience; the group becomes a resource for learning, almost as much as the tutor. All our tutors are well known writers, with experience of tutoring at all levels. We aim to make you feel at home while enjoying a stimulating, encouraging and often intense literary experience.

The Dingle Peninsula

Description
Situated in the extreme south-west of Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula has been described by the National Geographic Traveler as "the most beautiful place on earth". Now its special charm and beauty have been captured in seventy photographs of the area, its coastline, its mountains, its people and its seasons.
One of Ireland's most popular holiday destinations for Irish and foreign visitors alike, Dingle is noted for its breathtaking scenery, which has never been captured as well as by these photographs. But it is not just the scenery which is depicted, for what appeals about Dingle is the people as much as the landscape, and here the activities of the inhabitants of the peninsula are portrayed, as they enjoy occasions such as the Dingle Races, the hunting of the wren on St Stephen's Day, regattas given over to Traditional, canvas-covered craft, and sheep festivals. Archaeological sites are well represented, too, and all the photographs are accompanied by captions in Irish, English, French and German.

"Far and away the best of the many books written about the area. A visitor who travels to Dingle without it is seriously deprived. The book is lovingly rich in information and is not merely an account of what you see when you pass a particular place. Seamed and textured, it recounts history, legend and lore. The book is excellent on places that are visited by thousands of visitors each year. Its merit, though, lies in the way it treats less popular areas with equal depth and care." Examiner

Dingle in Pictures

A stunning large format full colour portrait of this most beautiful part of Ireland, with sixty-eight photographs of the Dingle Peninsula, its coastline, its mountains, its people and its seasons. The text - an introduction and captions - is in English, Irish, French and German. Situated in the extreme south-west of Ireland, the Dingle Peninsula has been described by the National Geographic Traveler as "the most beautiful place on earth".

"A Guide to Shore Angling on the Dingle Peninsula" Second Eirelandion by Bob Moss

The first book travels round the Dingle Peninsula in an anti-clockwise direction visiting all the shore marks from Tralee, round Slea Head to Dingle, and on to Inch and Castlemaine. Surf, shore, estuaries, piers and deepwater rock marks; this book has them all with detailed directions on how to get to them, how best to fish them in relation to time of day and tide and what fish to expect etc. The book also has information on where to dig and collect bait and is interwoven throughout with a tapestry of fishing memoirs.

"The Third Breaker" by Bob Moss

This second book is designed to complement the first. It describes all the various types of shore fishing to be found on the Dingle Peninsula. Surf, beach, estuary, piers and rocks, and the various methods employed. Each method is discussed with reference to different locations. Dangers are recognised, as well as what signs to look for on a strand; the best way to present certain baits, how best to work a spinner, plug or a fly, and there are illustrations of

"Through A Line Tightly" Piscatorial Illustrations of a Lifetime Misspent by Bob Moss

This third book, unlike the other two angling books, will neither tell how, nor where, to catch fish; and it certainly won't point the reader in any sort of direction other than to a shoreline somewhere in Ireland. Rather, as may be inferred from the sub-title : Piscatorial Illustrations of a Lifetime Misspent, it's a book of photographs - taken by myself - and illustrated with text taken from a variety of my published articles.

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