Terry Conner is exhibiting a selection of his black and white photos of Ireland at the Berkeley Heights Public Library through the end of July. "The photos I have chosen to exhibit are a nice representation of the rugged beauty that is Ireland's West. Soaring sea cliffs, wide open bogland vistas, mist shrouded mountains and crashing ocean seas all collide together providing a unique hauntingly beautiful portrait of a region frozen in time," Conner said.
In a dozen visits to Western Ireland since 1995, Conner and his wife have taken to the open road, searching out the least traveled areas, taking unposted roads that often lead to wonderful tiny villages and a warm turf fire in their local pubs, where a cheerful welcome and lively conversation is an art form. "Armed with a 1948 Zeiss Ikon and trusty Nikon D-200 we continue our journeys, always looking for that special panorama, just around the bend. Enjoy the images," said Conner.