I have a lot more old images of Isle of Man Churches and Chapels and I will add them in due course. Feel free to add comments if you wish. Click on any of the images for a larger view.
I went into the graveyard have a look at the old grave of Bishop Wilson and got a bit carried away with my camera (as you do). This time I somehow managed to avoid the four sheep and one ram in the graveyard 🙂 Feel free to make any comments either on this website by clicking the “Write comment” below or by logging onto my Facebook Page enjoy – Click on the image for a larger view.
This church was built in 1835 (the former church dated from the 12th century) The building is of plain cruciform design and is built in brown stone with a large square tower. There are five Bishops buried in the graveyard, Bishops Wilson, Hildesley, Mason, Crigan and Duesbury. I actually went into the graveyard to have a look at these graves and I kid you not I was chased out by two sheep, one of which had long horns. Feel free to make any comments either on this website by clicking the “Write comment” below or by logging onto my Facebook Page enjoy – Click on the image for a larger view.
A fantastic venue for a photographer to capture images of the many interesting aspects of the Isle of Man in History, this graveyard contains so many interesting graves and tombstones and offers us photographers a fantastic opportunity to capture so many dramatic effects depending on light and weather conditions etc… This particular image was captured on my Fuji X10 camera resized and cropped in Adobe Photoshop CS5 Feel free to make any comments either on this website by clicking the “Write comment” below or by logging onto my Facebook page www.facebook.com/manxscenes Click on the image for a larger view.
Over the course of time I will add an image and a brief resume of every Church and Chapel on the Isle of Man. If you have followed my photography website before you will probably know I absolutely love architecture, especially ecclesiastical architecture. To save you looking through every image on here, just type into the above ‘Search Manxscenes’ box the name of the Church or Chapel you are looking for and if I have captured it, you can view it. If I have missed a Church or Chapel, just drop me a mail via the Contact page 🙂 The images will be in no particular index and as already stated please make use of the search ‘Search Manxscenes’ box on this website. Keep checking back at this section from time to time. Enjoy… Peter