Exhibition “Meath Framed” 2014

The exhibition entitled “Meath Framed” is a timeless collection of 50 iconic images of county Meath. The work is a collection of member’s interpretation of how they visualise Meath and a celebration of the knowledge, passion of photography and friendship cultivated by the society.

New Bridge through Old © Angela Herlihy

New Bridge through Old © Angela Herlihy

Trim Town © Angela Herlihy

Trim Town © Angela Herlihy

Its a Dogs life! © Anne Maguire

Its a Dogs life! © Anne Maguire

Framed © Antonia Hanley

Framed © Antonia Hanley

Borora Bridge Moynalty © Bernie Smith

Borora Bridge Moynalty © Bernie Smith

Borora Bridge Moynalty © Bernie Smith

Borora Bridge Moynalty © Bernie Smith

Let there be light! © Brian McNamee

In Vanbrugh’s Shadow © Brian McNamee © Brian McNamee


Let there be light...(1st house in county Meath to have electricity!) © Brian McNamee

Let there be light…(1st house in county Meath to have electricity!) © Brian McNamee


Rockfield House © Carol Geraghty

Rockfield House © Carol Geraghty


Meath Fisher © Carol Geraghty

Meath Fisher © Carol Geraghty


Newtown Moynalty © Caroline Jones

Newtown Moynalty © Caroline Jones


The White Horse © Caroline Jones

The White Horse © Caroline Jones


Headfort Bridge © Caroline Sheridan

Headfort Bridge © Caroline Sheridan


Bloomsbury House Kells © Caroline Sheridan

Bloomsbury House Kells © Caroline Sheridan


Williamstown House © Daniel (Dondy) Geraghty

Williamstown House © Daniel (Dondy) Geraghty


Past Times © Dolores O'Neill

Past Times © Dolores O’Neill

Tower of Lloyd © Francie McGovern

Tower of Lloyd © Francie McGovern

Boyne River, Slane © James Cosgrove

Boyne River, Slane © James Cosgrove

Bective Abbey © James Cosgrove

Bective Abbey © James Cosgrove

The Passage © John Coogan

The Passage © John Coogan

The Sign © John Fitzgerald

The Sign © John Fitzgerald

The Bath © John Fitzpatrick

The Bath © John Fitzpatrick

Hot Air © John McKenna

Hot Air © John McKenna

Red sky at Night © John Robinson

Red sky at Night © John Robinson

Poppy  © John Robinson

Poppy © John Robinson

Red Door, Moynalty © Keith Jones

Red Door, Moynalty © Keith Jones

Winter Field © Keith Jones

Winter Field © Keith Jones

Donaghmore Round Tower © Marie Lynch

Donaghmore Round Tower © Marie Lynch

Slane Castle  © Marie Lynch

Slane Castle © Marie Lynch

Inversion © Monica Pierce Anderson

Inversion © Monica Pierce Anderson

Climbing Hills © Monica Pierce Anderson

Climbing Hills © Monica Pierce Anderson

Spring Equinox, Lough Crew Hill © Paddy Traynor

Spring Equinox, Lough Crew Hill © Paddy Traynor

Louch Crew Church © Paddy Traynor

Louch Crew Church © Paddy Traynor

Headfort New © Pat Kiernan

Headfort New © Pat Kiernan


Illuminating Trim © Leo Murphy

Illuminating Trim © Leo Murphy

 Dandelions © Leo Murphy

Dandelions © Leo Murphy

Roots of Life © Leon Murphy

Roots of Life © Leon Murphy


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Tiger at Tayto Park © Patricia Geraghty

Tiger at Tayto Park © Patricia Geraghty

Retirement © Kieran Roche

Retirement © Kieran Roche

Trout © Kieran Roche

Trout © Kieran Roche

Road Warriors © Paul Smith

Road Warriors © Paul Smith

Petrol Head! © Paul Smith

Petrol Head! © Paul Smith

Ruxton Bridge © Reggie Smit

Ruxton Bridge © Reggie Smit

Trim by Night © Reggie Smit

Trim by Night © Reggie Smit

Blackwater House & River © Sandra McManus

Blackwater House & River © Sandra McManus

Old Ruin © Sandra McManus

Old Ruin © Sandra McManus

Meath in Decay © Suella Holland

Meath in Decay © Suella Holland

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2 thoughts on “Exhibition “Meath Framed” 2014

  1. What an absolutely fantastic addition to the NMPS! We are truly blessed to have the very proactive and forward thinking Carol Geraghty at the helm. Great opportunity to see a gathering of everyones favourites here every week!

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