October 2013
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1st October
Four pictures taken at Glen Helen and Peel, reworked using Corel painter Essentials
5th October
Some pictures taken in the garden this afternoon using the macro lens on the Nikon D80
6th October
Pictures take on a visit this morning to view the the Manx Electric Railway Mercury Arc Rectifiers in its Laxey power station.
The equipment all dates from the 1930s and is in full working order but is unfortunately to be taken out of service and removed from the building. There are even two spare rectifiers still packed in cases. Some of it will be preserved in the Laxey goods shed, but it's a shame that this living museum is being wilfully destroyed. I think this is called 'progress'.
9th October
Some pictures taken on a trip out yesterday afternoon. Foxdale, The Sound, Mull Hill and Port Erin
11th October
Four pictures taken at work yesterday evening, for Facebook using my phone.
16th October
Two pictures of Druidale, the first is from the Injebreck road
Bishopscourt Glen yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately, the sun hid behind clouds all the time I was there, muting the colours a little
Some more pictures from yesterday afternoon, this time on the coast between Kirk Michael and Peel
Final set of pictures from yesterday - sunset at Peel Castle
18th October
A set of pictures taken yesterday morning in Ballaglass Glen, probably the most picturesque of the Manx national Glens
24th October
Pictures taken this morning in Groudle Glen
Pictures taken on the way home from work yesterday at the Battery Pier, Douglas
30th October
Three pictures taken today
 Unless otherwise credited all pictures on this website are  © Jon Wornham