Ardnakinna Lighthouse basks in early morning sunshine in this image captured by drone in August 2021, with Castletownbere visible in the background.
By 1948 Leading Lights at the western entrance of Castletownbere were looked for by mariners using the harbour. The light was established on 23rd November, 1965 with a character of two white and red flashes every ten seconds (fl 1.0, ec 2.0, fl 1.0, ec 6.0) and is looked after by an Attendant who lives at Castletownbere Helicopter Base, he is also Attendant for Roancarrigmore Lighthouse and Castletownbere Direction Light.
What will my order look like?
All unframed prints will include a white border around the photograph that will be digitally signed and inscribed by Cian. Your print will order will be printed on Fujicolor Professional DP II Lustre photographic paper for an added Wow! factor.
Framed prints will feature a small digital signature in the bottom right corner of the image as a guarantee of authenticity. The print size ordered will be the size of the image contained within the frame - not the outer dimensions of the frame. All unframed prints are mounted and come in a black wooden frame supplied from local framers in Cork, Ireland.
Canvas prints also feature a small digital signature in the bottom right corner as a guarantee of authenticity. All canvas prints will have the image wrapped around the edges of the canvas.