In Focus with Domnick Walsh

In Focus with Domnick Walsh | September

Sep 3, 2021 18:04 By Admin
In Focus with Domnick Walsh | September
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8.8.2021 . Aidan Boyle Ballyduff gets a goal from play while in the air !! -- GOAL PIC -- County Senior Hurling Championship played at Austin Stack GAA Park . Ballyduff ( GREEN ) and Causeway in action during the game in Austin Stack Park . Photo By : Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus LTD


Swimmers and locals gathered at Lock’s Beach in Fenit Co Kerry to spell out the word “ FENIT “ with their bodies— Is was too let people know we love our beach and please take care of our Beaches — Fenit Beach has seen people swimming every single day, rain, hail or sunshine 365 days of the year , young and not so young . Health professionals have started to accept the idea that the sea has a positive effect both mentally and physically. Photo By : Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus LTD .




Cork Rose Denise Collins creates a ball of fire at Festival Dome in Tralee, Co Kerry. Photo By Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus LTD

Photo's you've sent in to us!


Good morning Joe & Dominic,  Thank you both for your wonderful photo slot.  I always heard that you cannot teach an old dog , New Tricks . John & myself are old school . As I am writing this message , the song playing on RK on KFB is “Don’t stop me now” by Queen .  Agnes



When the going gets tough the tough gets going as local man Stevie Hayes powers his way up a steep Godleys Hill,Ballyduff while in the background is the Cahen River while further on is the townland of Ballybunion.Photo Moss Joe Browne.



I took this last Wed week in Derrynane.. Seconds after I taking it the sun just disappeared..Weird...Teresa Clifford Caherdaniel


Hi Joe, A photo taken at Milltown Bridge Dingle recently on a lovely calm evening as the sun was setting, Regards, Noel O Neill


Hi Joe and Dominic, Please find attached a couple photos taken by me in Galway City "Street Entertainment " People. Denis G Fitzgerald Ballymacelligott/Ballybunion

Dear Joe and Dominick, This is a photo of my mothers hands which I took about 4 years ago, she passed away over three years ago. These hand worked hard all of her life, baked 1000’s of loaves of bread and cooked 1000’s of meals over her lifetime. She had great faith as the beads in the hands show. She will always be missed. John Keane


Good evening , Joe & Dominic.  I would like to share my meltdown moment with you . As I was enjoying my favourite Magnum Ice cream , I realised that memories last longer than dreams….Agnes


Hi Joe and Dominick,Love the show. Here are some pictures. 1. Horse and rider working in perfect harmony. 2 Summer all wrapped up.

Hi Joe & Domnick

I would like to enter these two photos for the theme “People & Daily Life”.

My grand aunt Maura O’ Connell loves her daily walk. At 96 years young her favourite stroll is along the Waterville Promenade.

In 2019 Maura was selected to take part in a Portrait Project entitled “People of the Wild Atlantic Way”.

On the night of the photo launch I briefly captured her looking at her own portrait! This shot makes me wonder if she sees herself like we see her ? Strong, independent, healthy, stylish and spirited.

Maura loves the simplicity of daily life & embraces each new day, month and year!

Kind regards
Jacinta O Shea


Hi Joe & Dominic, Find attached a picture for Dominic's slot Thanks, Deirdre Mangan


Hello to all,

Sending you this photo taken in North Kerry recently of Richard Loideon of Munster Thatchers. Permission given to take and publish photos

The story goes ...Out one evening chasing sunsets usually Banna, came across this house being thatched. As it was late and thatcher gone home decided to return the following day And of course its not a sight you see around Kerry too often. Arrived to the house and so happy to find this gentleman at work Watching his skill and attention to detail and you could feel the pride he had in his work

To watch as he cut the Reeds and carried them up the ladder to pkace them in their rightful place with great care was lovely to see. It was great to witness this labour of love

Thanking you for the oppertunity to send this to your programme

Yours Sheila Hanrahan, Scartaglin




Hi Dominic i took this shot earlier this summer,Donal o Shea Bailemore right and John o Connor Bailemore Dingle.Setting potatoes,theme was ní bheidh a leithéad arís ann. Dinny Galvin Lispole


Hi Joe & Domnick, John Moriarty here from Fenit – My picture is of the one and only Domnick Walsh photographer at work getting people too mark put the word FENIT on Fenit beach – A master at work ..

Hi Joe

This is a photo of my brother in law & two nieces on a day out in Ballybunion, you can also see their dog Melody.
I’m not very good at taking photos, but I said I’d send this in & see what Dominic thinks of it. I always enjoy listening to yourself & Dominic chat about the photos.

Best Wishes, Charles Fitzell, YNWA


Hi Joe and Dominick, Hope you are both well.

I've attached 2 photos for Septembers In Focus. The first is daily life at the moment for my sister training her 12 week old pup to get used to the lead when out walking - some walks are more of a challenge with Harry than others ?. The second photo was taken recently when I was out walking in Killarney of a group horse trekking with a view of the Lakes of Killarney in the background.

All the best, Anna O'Sullivan Killorglin

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