Dennis Horgan’s ‘Dublin From The Air’ makes for the perfect gift

In his new book Dublin From The Air, aerial photographer Dennis Horgan shares his stunning shots of Ireland’s capital city.

The 206-page collection features Horgan’s crystal-clear aerial images of Dublin’s iconic buildings, sporting arenas, and disparate, unique locations. Horgan believes that readers can gain a new appreciation for Dublin’s unique beauty through his photography book.

Dublin From the Air (Dennis Horgan)

Dublin From the Air (Dennis Horgan)

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Images in Dublin From The Air were captured in all weather conditions and at varying heights from helicopters and light aircraft. By using aerial photography, Horgan is able to capture Dublin as perfect miniature models which clearly define the relationship between the natural and man-made landscapes.

“When I fly over Dublin,” said photographer Dennis Horgan, “I never fail to be intrigued by the fusion of the old with the new and the pace at which the city continues to expand.”

Dublin From The Air (Dennis Horgan)

Dublin From The Air (Dennis Horgan)

“Older buildings like the magnificent Custom House sit comfortably alongside some of the city’s most modern structures, as the Liffey flows gently to the sea at Poolbeg.”

“As a photographer and on a personal level, I find each flight over Ireland’s capital to be a voyage of discovery.”

Dublin From The Air (Dennis Horgan)

Dublin From The Air (Dennis Horgan)

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“The beautiful design of the central floral garden in St. Stephen’s Green, the intricate layout of The Red Cow Interchange and the impressive size and scale of Dublin Port are but three examples.”

Dublin From The Air (Dennis Horgan)

Dublin From The Air (Dennis Horgan)

Dublin From The Air makes for the perfect Christmas gift and they’re available for sale exclusively online at DublinFromTheAir.com.

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Dublin From the Air gives a new perspective on Ireland's capital cityDennis Horgan