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West Cork Wedding Photography – Dunmore House Hotel and Red Strand

By May 3, 2017 No Comments

Wedding Photography from Macroom Church, Dunmore House Hotel and Red Strand, West Cork

Ok, its been way too long since my last blog post and I have tonnes of new work to post so lets get to it…

Kicking off, here is a wedding I have fond memories of from a while back. After Joanna & Aidan’s ceremony in Macroom we made for Dunmore House Hotel, just past Clonakilty in West Cork. The weather just about hung in there for us and we shot down to Red Strand for a few photos before heading back to the hotel. I just love that beach with it’s views across to Galley Head and sheltered dunes, it gives loads of options.

A big thanks to Joanna & Aiden for a great day.

Hint: Click on any image for a larger view

Enjoy — ;-D


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Darren Forde is a Irish wedding photographer based in Cork. He works all over Ireland as well as overseas for destination wedding photography and elopement wedding photography. His sharp eye for detail and creative use of light combine with meticulous planning to deliver a range of images from your wedding that tell the unique story of your day and capture all the little details in between. His images give you the feeling that each moment just happened – never too posed or contrived – capturing the feelings and emotions of the day just as they unfold. He is a regular guest blogger on several popular wedding websites and his images have been globally recognised for their creative direction and use of natural light. You can email Darren on [email protected] or follow him on Instagran @darrenfordeweddingphotography or on Twitter @darrenforde

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