Andrew kelly Wildlife and Landscape Photography




June 2011

June has been as busy as May. I have added a selection of images to the Recent page and hope to bring full galleries of some species later.

Corncrake Calling   Red Squirrel in Bluebells  Sedge Warbler   Bee on Thrift   twite on rock   Sika-Deer   Sika-Deer   Chough in Flight   Bluebell Forrest   Spring Gentian   Daisy  


May 2011

As this is the busiest time of the year for me, I only added one image. Along with the photography, I had to get images out for the IWT magazine in time for the "Bloom Festival". I was then asked to put together a membership for the IWT which added to the pressure. Next month I will publish many more images.

New images added in Irish Manmmals.

Badger Emerging from Sett

Irish Photographer Of The Year 2010 - Andrew Kelly

After being short-listed by Magazines Ireland, it was a real pleasure to receive this award in recognition of the photography I have done for IWT magazine during the year. The award covers 110 magazines in Ireland representing all types of magazines from Image, U, RTE Guide, Cara, Hot Press, Sky Magazine etc..

Award Winning IWT Cover


Calendar 2011 (Reduced to €12+pp)

Birds Calendar 2011





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January 2011
News in Photography


This is the time for photographic reviews of the year. I have looked at a few and the only one that really caught my eye, was the three part review by the Boston Globe's Big Picture:
2010 Review Part 1
2010 Review Part 2
2010 Review Part 3

MSNBC have put together their best animal pictures of 2010. Although not a fan of Zoos, there are some great shots here.

As Usual, Stern have the best Sports Photography. I am usually reluctant to send people ther because of the hard cutting images. If you are not afraid of some cutting images, check out Stern

Polar Bears
If you haven't seen these new spy cams used to film polar bears, then have a look.
Not only do they allow great images to be taken without disturbing the bears, they are just are also technologically amazing as well.

I've recommended these daily photographs from Nation Geographic before, but they just keep coming, NG