Ballaugh

Nollick Ghennal as Blein Vie Noa 🇮🇲🇮🇲🇮🇲 Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year to you all. I have loved taking all these Isle of Man pictures over the last year and long may they continue, this year has been so difficult for so many of us, but these dark days will pass and together we will get through this.   Remember our stand firm motto ‘Quocunque Jeceris Stabit’  which translates literally to ‘which ever way you throw it, it will stand’

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Christmas 2020 - © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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Manxscenes.com is one of the largest galleries of Isle of Man images available on the internet 🇮🇲

If your looking for something quite specific start off by using the search Manxscenes.com box top right of this Isle of Man Photography website to find what you are looking for and if its not there drop me an email via my contact page.

I have absolutely thousands upon thousands of Isle of Man images available as I have been capturing the Islands beauty since 1999.

Enjoy the website and give me a shout if you need something that you cannot find 🇮🇲

Peter

RNLI - Three Legs, Isle of Man - © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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A rare Full Haloween Blue Moon/Harvest moon as seen from Ballaugh on the evening of 31st October 2020 🇮🇲

A Blue Moon is the second Full Moon to appear in a month and is shown here as 100% illuminated.

The next time we’ll see a full moon on Halloween will be in 2039.

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Blue Moon / Hunters Moon - © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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Our seasonal migrating Whooper Swans have arrived, at Ballacrye Road in Ballaugh (10 at present).

From approximately November until some time in March, these Whooper Swans and many more migrate from Iceland to spend the winter in the North West of England and some seasonally arrive at Ballaugh on the Isle of Man.

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Whooper Swans, Ballaugh - © Peter Killey - www.manxscenes.com

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