Amelia Snaps Prints

So recently I’ve been displaying my work in Bernies Treasures Just for you, in Emmet Street, Trim. Below, you’ll see the selection of prints I have available there at the moment, and a little bit about what drew me to each scene


This is the oldest visible monument on the Hill of Tara and is thought to be over 5,000 years old. A passage tomb similar to Newgrange, it is 3 meters high and 15 meters in diameter. People often watch the sunset over the Boyne Valley from this vantage point and I was lucky to capture this couple doing just that. I love the colours, the cloud formation and the magical light that always seems to be on the hill. This print is available in a 8.5 x 11 inch print with 2 inch off white mount.

This was taken the same evening as “The Mound of the Hostages” so it shows the same fabulous clouds and gorgeous evening light.  Love the silhouettes of people chatting and catching up.  It is available in the 8.5″ x 11″ with an off white mount.  

You may have noticed a lot of my pictures contain interesting light.  This picture captures a sun glare through one of the trees on the Hill of Tara.  Light can be magical and there is no where more 
magical and mystical that this ancient site.  Print available in 8.5 ” x 11″ with 2″ white mount. 

A silhouette of “The Wishing Tree” at the Hill of Tara.  People tie ribbons, rags and little trinkets as symbols of their wishes and dreams to this Hawthorne tree.   On first glance it looks like a picture of a “normal” tree, but on closer examination you’ll see the little bits and pieces people have tied to it. 


The wooden Bailey Bridge at the back of Trim Castle is always adorned with boxes of colourful flowers during the months of Spring and Summer. This picture was taken through one of these boxes of flowers at sunset, looking up towards the Old Bridge (beside the Sally Rogers pub) . This picture is available in 14 ” x 22″ print with 2″ off white mount.
Probably the most common angle to take a picture of Trim Castle, however I couldn’t resist those clouds and gorgeous sky on a beautiful evening in May. Available in 10″ x 16″ with 2″ off white mount.
Those clouds… the sky… the sun lined up with the window to give a sun glare, need I say more. When printed you can also see the little buttercups that fill the porch fields in Trim in May. This image was taken the same evening as “Trim Castle at Sunset ” and is available in same size. I think they make a lovely set.

I think one of the most beautiful sights you’ll see in Trim are the Cherry Blossoms on the church lawn each May.  Depending on how windy it is at this time of year, the blossoms might only last a couple of weeks.  I love this picture as it shows the famous castle at a different angle, taking advantage of this gorgeous annual scene.  Available in 16 ” x 22″ print with 2″ off white mount


I find there’s something very soothing about this picture, I think its the way the light is glistening on the water.  It looks so peaceful, you can almost hear the water gently lapping against the boat.  This one is available in A3 size and a black mount.
There’s something about seeing these fishing boats docked in the evenings, you can’t help but think about the tough days had out at sea, but still in this light everything looks so tranquil. 
These two are available in A3 with 2″ off white mount.


This picture was taken at St. Anne’s Park in Raheny, Dublin.  This little footbridge is gorgeous , it reminds me of something from a children’s story that a troll would hide under!.  I had just walked through the arch and was walking way when I turned to look back and found that the light had changed and was falling beautifully.  I took the shot straight away and love the result.

The picture below, was taken the other side of that footbridge and shows the Naniken river surrounded by beautiful Autumn colours.
Both of these pictures are available in a 14″ x 22″ print with 2″ off white mount. 

Thank you for taking time to look at this page, if you have any queries or would like to know prices or would like any variance in sizes etc. 

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