This lovely Sculpture at Ham and Egg Terrace in Laxey by Ongky Wijana was funded by Laxey resident, the late Mrs Phillis Tate and is a fitting tribute to the great Laxey Miners.

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Laxey Miner © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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Some strange weather going on with this bank of mist the other day.

This image was taken looking from Keppel Gate on the Mountain Road overlooking the East Baldwin Valley towards Carraghan and Beinn-Y-Phott.

Typical I didn’t have my DSLR but my little pocket camera saved the day.

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Mountain Mist © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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I just love this little old Manx Cottage on the junction of Ellerslie Lane and Glen Darragh Road in Glen Vine.

This little cottage was originally part of the Ellerslie Farm Estate!

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Glen Darragh © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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It’s a view like this that makes me realise how fortunate I am to live on the beautiful Isle of Man.

This image was taken from Brandywell looking towards Snaefell Mountain.

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Snaefell Mountain © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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The long abandoned farmhouse of Tholt y Will Farm which is high up in the hills overlooking the Sulby Valley with the traditional Hawthorn tree situated near to the front entrance which was reportedly planted to ward off evil.

I am led to believe that this farmhouse may have also been called “Yn Alt” which translates from Gaelic Manx to “the mountain stream”

This Tholtan in located in such a beautiful, open and isolated area of our Island and I often wonder what life was like back then for the families that lived there.

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Tholt y Will Farm © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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