Dromquinna Forest

Date: March 21, 2013

Author: Evan

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The Idea of an Alliance

I’ve just gotten back from an amazing brainstorming session with about sixty people, and my mind is abuzz with ideas, so you’ll have to forgive any lack of cogency as I spill out my enthusiasm here on my little blog. Tonight there was a meeting held at the Kenmare Bay Hotel to discuss what the Kenmare community needs as a town in the modern age.  The session was spearheaded by…

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Date: December 31, 2012

Author: Evan

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2012: Year in Review

I’m planning to write a brief bit on how great last year was (and how I excited I am for next year), but its 3am and I’ve got to get some rest.  Check back later on for the proper update. Here are some images from the past year:

kenmarechronicle

Date: December 31, 2012

Author: Evan

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Featured Work: The Kenmare Chronicle

An excellent project documenting the history of Kenmare town through texts and photographs.  A huge effort, and wonderful to look through. What I like best is that the book holds interest for visitors as well as locals, but (as the Kenmare Food Carnival was) it has the feel of being there for the locals first, with visitors welcome.  A treat, for anyone, is what I mean.  

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Date: December 31, 2012

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Featured Work: The Skelligs Project

Featured Work The Skelligs Project is a collaboration between landscape photographer Eoghan Kavanagh and filmmaker Evan Payne.  It is an attempt to document, through images and video, the heart and shape of a small pair of islands off the west coast of Ireland:  The Skelligs. The Skelligs Project has concluded with the production of a Book, a DVD and an assortment of Prints.  We have done our best to make all…

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Blackwater Bridge

Date: December 31, 2012

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Introducing Kenmare Creative

Happy New Year! My name is Evan Payne, and as you might have heard, I have recently taken over full control of the Kenmare Network and Kenmare Guide from Peter Ringlever.  This is an exciting opportunity for me, and I am looking forward to using my knowledge of the modern web to give Kenmare a leg up online. There are big changes ahead for the Guide and the Network, but for the next while…

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