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I am an Isle of Man Photographer with over 20 years experience in every aspect of Photography. I would be very pleased to quote for any photographic requirements that you may have, i.e. weddings, family/portraits, christenings, architectural and landscape photography, in fact, no matter what your photographic requirements are, then I can assist you at a very reasonable and very competitive price that won’t break the bank!  If you require a no fuss/no obligation quote or just some plain talking friendly advice about your requirements and my Isle of Man photographic services then drop me a message by clicking here

If your looking for a specific Isle of Man image, there is every possibility that I already have it (or can probably get it for you) All of my Isle of Man images are available for use as website design/graphics, brochure designs, corporate presentations etc, please bear in mind that all the images that you can see on this website are greatly compressed, however I am able to supply high resolution images of every single image that you can see on manxscenes.com at a very reasonable and competitive cost, message Me by clicking here

Peter

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Nollick Ghennal as Blein Vie Noa.

Merry Christmas to all my followers and friends I really do hope you have enjoyed my Isle of Man Images throughout the year, and I wish you all a Prosperous and Healthy 2015 when there will of course be lots more Manx Scenes. Hee’m oo ‘sy vlein noa (See you in the New Year).

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Merry Christmas 2014 © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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We had a lovely walk up to this beautiful part of the Island yesterday.

Cashtal yn Ard is one of the best ancient monuments on the Isle of Man. It is one of three Neolithic tombs, dating from about 2000 BC. It is well preserved and one of the largest of its kind in the British Isles. The monument was originally a megalithic chambered Cairn holding five chambers and extending over 130 feet long. Sites of this type were used as communal burial places for Neolithic chieftains and their families.

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Cashtal yn Ard © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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