Monochrome Images by John Mackay-Marks ARPS

The Oxford English Dictionary defines the Celtic Fringe as the land of the Scots, Irish, Welsh and Cornish which is regarded as occupying the fringe or western edge of the British Isles.

The six territories which make up the Celtic Nations as recognised by the Celtic League are Brittany (Breizh), Cornwall (Kernow), Ireland (Eire), the Isle of Man (Mannin), Scotland (Alba), and Wales (Cymru). Each nation has its own language and strong cultural links unite all six.

The photographs have been taken during regular visits to Scotland, Cornwall and Brittany and form part of an ongoing project. More images are added regularly as the project develops.

The second gallery is a collection of some of my recent images from other places visited.

Information about the purchase of prints can be found on the PRINT INFORMATION page.

Details of my book "Celtic Fringe" can be found on the PUBLICATIONS page

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John Mackay-Marks