A Kerry photographer has scooped one of the top prizes at the Press Photographer’s Association of Ireland’s annual ceremony. Domnick Walsh’s photograph featuring a family’s battle to keep the rising flood waters out of their Ballylongford home last year came first in the environmental section. He also received a merit award for two other photos at the ceremony. A photo by Killarney’s Eamonn Keogh was also shortlisted in the environmental category and photos by Valerie O’Sullivan were shortlisted in various categories. Domnick gives his reaction to winning the award and explains what the photo captures : [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/34420/medium/”] (Image courtesy of Domnick Walsh photography)
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