Photographer: De-aRt Photography

Welcome to De-Art Photography, bringing you inspirational and evocative fine-art landscapes from Northern Ireland based photographers, Dee & Ronnie Ross:

"Using the photograph's ability to provoke emotion, De-aRt show the beauty and drama of our surroundings in a manner that allows the viewer to connect with and experience the essence of the image."

De-aRt Photography produces evocative and inspirational photographic artworks on archival fine-art papers, ready to be framed. 
 


Legend in the Fall, Co. Antrim
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The now famous and often photographed Dark hedges in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.
This was used in Game of Thrones as The King's Road for the escape of Arya from King's Landing. Taken on a wet October day - hence the lack of tourist coaches and other photographers!!!

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Dark Side of the Mournes, County Down
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A family trip to the Silent Valley in the Mournes and the guess what? The four seasons from the north coast joined us!! As Ronnie was packing up the tripod, Dee captured this perfect rainbow across the valley. We feel this scene reminds us of the famous Pink Floyd album cover, hence the name.

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Stacks of Room, Co. Antrim
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Proof that the sun does shine off the North Antrim coast. Ten minutes later we were running for cover as a new weather front unleashed itself on Ballintoy. We didn’t panic, you often get four seasons in one day here as the weather fronts arrive from the North Atlantic.

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Foggy Outlook, Armagh
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Oxford Island, Lough Neagh, Co. Armagh, northern Ireland.

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River Runs Through it, County Down
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Tollymore Forest Park, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.

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Rock of Ages, Antrim
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Carrickfergus Castle, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.

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Green Green Grass of Home, Derry
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Binevenagh, Limavady, Northern Ireland.

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Step into the Mist, Armagh
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Pier at Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Oxford Island, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland.

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The Lie of the Land, County Down
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Hillsborough, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.

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Misty Morning Lake, County Down
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Hillsborough Lake, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.

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The Sentinel, Co. Antrim
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The Dark Hedges from a slightly different perspective than the usual “down the middle of the road” shot. This tree has amazing gnarly, knotty textures. Can you spot the wizard in the tree?

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Percy's Inspiration, County Down
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“Where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea” – the famous song by Percy French which was inspired by these majestic mountains at Newcastle, Co. Down.

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Moondance, Galway
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Sunset on the coastline of Connemara at Carraroe, Co. Galway, Ireland.

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Period of Reflection, County Down
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Castlewellan Lake, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.

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So long...and Tanks for the Memories, County Down
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Castlewellan Lake, Co. Down, Northern Ireland.

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A Walk in the Park, Belfast
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Misty morning in Ormeau Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland

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Pier into the Mist, Armagh
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Oxford Island, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland.

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Land of the Giants, Belfast
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Dolmen at The Giant's Ring henge site, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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Pincushion, Galway
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The Twelve Bens mountain range in Connemara, Co. Galway from across Derryclare Lough.

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Neagh Pier, Armagh
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Old pier at Oxford Island, Lough Neagh, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland.

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Beached, County Donegal
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This shipwreck of the Cara Na Mara in Bunbeg, Donegal has unearthed a few different stories from visitors to our stall at St. George’s Market in Belfast. Our favourite is the one about the fisherman who beached his boat here in the late 1970s. He planned to put it back to sea when the tide was high again but unfortunately had some domestic relationship problems in the interim. One version of the story says that his estranged wife had the engine removed from it and another says that to prevent her getting half of the boat he left it there as she could see it rotting away from her house! This shot was made in 2011 and we have heard that the old ships condition has deteriorated badly over the last few bad winters. It made such a beautiful, textured subject and we hope we have captured some of her spirit in this image.

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Tango Sunrise, Antrim
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Ormeau Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland

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