A competitor crosses the Start/Finish line during the Northern Ireland Bog Snorkeling Championships in Peatlands Park, Dungannon, County Tyrone.
Orangemen march outside Drumcree Parish Church in Portadown. Their yearly parade at one point was attended by 50,000 supporters.
Although the Catholic Church has come under severe pressure following the clerical sex abuse scandals I found signs of how deeply ingrained Catholicism still is in Irish Life. Religious iconography and symbols are still prominently displayed in homes throughout Ireland.
Irish Snooker Legend Alex Higgins pictured shortly before he passed away.
A young boy tethers his horse in front of derelict flats in the Ballymun area of North Dublin.
A woman takes out her rubbish beside a mural depicting a British soldier knocking down a door in Derrys Bogside.
A duck, pheasants and rabbits hang from a washing line before being plucked, skinned and frozen at Garron Point.
Of view of the Twelfth of July celebrations from both sides of the Political Divide.
John McCarter(77) lives in a wooden house in the hamlet of Downhill on the north coast of Ireland. John has been living without electricity or central heating for the past 29years. Temperatures can reach sub zero inside the house in winter months.
Queen Elizabeth steps out into Ireland's Croke Park stadium, scene of a massacre by British troops.
U2 perform in the rain on the third day of the Glastonbury Festival
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks to guests at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast
A cat sits on a chair, in a house in Donegal, as Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. delivers his State of the Nation address
A police officer tends to a colleague after Loyalist protesters attacked police with bricks and bottles