Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Son
As a young boy living in the Gap of Dunloe in Kerry, Ireland Con Moriarty knew he had been born into an incredibly powerful place. An innately restless lad, he raced home from school each day intent on exploring the wild, primal land and jagged mountains that were his backyard. 9,000 years of human habitation surrounded his home where he explored the McGillicuddy Reeks, kicked footballs off ancient headstones, and played amongst primordial tombs. A student of his homeland, young Con was keenly aware that the cultural imprint and spiritual resonance on the land where he grew up was as visceral as the air he breathed.