In our troubled World how lucky are we to have such lovely untouched hills and glens.

This image was taken from a Hill Fort (Round House) on Ballaugh Mountain called Cashtal Lajer and looking towards the green hills of Ballaugh Glen and Druidale.

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Cashtal Lajer © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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I just loved the olde world look of this image which is at the Back Marina Road or the rear of the Gaiety Theatre in Douglas.

Reminds me of an old Downtown in New York type shot but in our beloved back streets of Douglas.

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Back Marina Rd © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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The 3 Legs of Mann in white quartz rock built into a remote country wall at Druidale.

Can you see it?!

I would love to know if it was just randomly built into the wall by a stone mason or is there some history behind it?

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3 Legs of Mann © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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I am feeling rather honoured to have my images used and my name printed on a full Isle of Man Stamp collection showcasing all 17 churches of the Manx Telecom Parish Walk.

The stamps are being released on the 15th June 2016 and it has been a pleasure working with everyone at IOM Stamps and Coins to fulfil this project.

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Here is the link to IOM Stamps website 😉 Isle of Man Stamps Website

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The French cruise liner the L’Austral seen here sat in Douglas Bay late this afternoon.

Built in 2011, she carries 264 passengers and 140 crew and measures 142 metres long.

Next stop Iona in Scotland.

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L'Austral © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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