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New book coming in 2022 
Wild Derrynane
Natural History, Memoir, Wildlife Year and Explorer's Guide
Educational reference book exploring the ecology and biodiversity of this special area of conservation and natural heritage area.

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To pre-order register here
500 pages, hardback full colour throughout

A wonderful collection of Vincent's underwater themed illustrations, original art and photographic fine art prints for you own. 

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New Public Art Piece installed... 
ecoTELLY KENMARE
Bringing Kenmare Bay into town

John Dory
John Dory

John Dory photographed in white light

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John Dory
John Dory

John Dory displaying fluorescence

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Bioluminescence
Bioluminescence

Derrynane photographed at 1am showing bioluminescence.

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John Dory
John Dory

John Dory photographed in white light

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Photographs reveal hidden light of Ireland's underwater marine life
Very little is known about the hidden light that emits from a select few of Ireland's underwater marine inshore flora and fauna. The phenomenon occurs when certain marine plants and animals that contain fluorescent proteins absorb, transfer and reemit light in a colourful display known as marine fluorescence... [read more]. Other animals produce their own light in a process called bioluminescence. 

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New prints now available - Sea sparkle at Derrynane
and Skellig Underwater

A new series of images from the Skellig Islands underwater available to own.
A beautiful edition to your wall. Each image is signed by myself. 

Featuring Blue Jellyfish, Scorpion fish and a hydromedusa (crystal jellyfish) from beneath the Skellig Island.

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Announcing Ireland's 1st Underwater Nature Trail

Carrigycrone, Derrynane, Co. Kerry, Ireland. 

Created and developed by Vincent Hyland (Wild Derrynane) this trail takes around 1 hour to complete. 16 underwater points of interest with a mix of marine flora and fauna. Suitable for scuba divers of all levels. A wonderful showcase of Ireland's shallow marine inshore habitat.