Michael

This is one of the highest waterfalls on the Isle of Man and is situated in a very isolated but tranquil setting in Glen Mooar, the name means ‘white spout’.  Close by are the remains of a keeill, Cabbyl Pherick, and a priests cell.  Spooyt Vane and Cabbyl Pherick are both accessed by ‘The Monks Road‘ this ancient road is at least 1500 years old and once linked up all the Island’s 220 keills.

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Spooyt Vane or White Spout © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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Standing on the headland at Glen Wyllin (south of Kirk Michael) and looking towards the sandy North West coast line of the Island up to Jurby Head.

You can make out in the foreground the further coastal erosion (beyond the boulders) that have recently occurred due to the severe storms that we have been experiencing.

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Glen Wyllin Coastal Erosion © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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Quite a topical subject at the moment with the recent severe gales and the coastal erosion that has occurred due to the storms.

I captured this image today whilst travelling from Peel of the sandy West coastline of the Island from Kirk Michael up to Jurby Head, with the evidence of coastal erosion quite prominent.

You can also see in the top left of the image the white spire of Jurby Church and on the extreme right you can make out Kirk Michael Church.

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Kirk Michael Coast © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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Orrisdale Gatehouse on the former Manx Northern Railway Line.

The next stop towards Kirk Michael (about 300m) is the former Bishopscourt Halt.  Bishopscourt Halt was once a minor stop on the former Railway Line which was primarily used as a stop for the use of the Bishop, his staff and visitors.

The image was captured on my Sony HX20V camera, resized and cropped  in Adobe Photoshop CS6.

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Orrisdale Gatehouse on the old Northern Railway Line -  © Peter Killey

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We went to a friends farm in Kirk Michael today to see some lambs being born, unfortunately there was no new arrivals whilst we were there.

Here is an image of twins who are three days old 🙂

The image was captured on my Fuji X10 camera resized and cropped in Adobe Photoshop CS5

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3 Day Old Twins - © Peter Killey

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Captured this image today whilst travelling from Peel to Ramsey of the sandy West coastline of the Island from Kirk Michael up to Jurby Head, with the evidence of coastal erosion quite prominent.

You can also see in the top left of the image the white spire of Jurby Church.

The image was captured on my Nikon D80 SLR with a Nikon 18-135 F3.5/5.6 G AFS DX lens at 90mm and cropped in Adobe Photoshop CS5.

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The sandy West Coast of the Isle of Man - © Peter Killey

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