September 2016
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2nd September
A visit to Castletown yesterday afternoon in rather dull and overcast conditions  -  Nikon D7100 1/9/16
5th September
Pictures taken yesterday morning on a walk from Cregneash to Spanish Head and back  -  Nikon D7100 4/9/16
8th September
Whilst much of the south of the island was covered in fog, causing many aircraft to divert from Ronaldsway, the northern areawas bathing in sunshine and I had a walk from the Black Hut to the top of Snaefell.  -  Nikon D7100 7/9/16
9th September
A set of pictures taken on Wednesday afternoon on a walk from Port Cornaa to Ballaglass Glen and back.  -  Nikon D7100  7/9/16
11th September
Some Aerial pictures taken yesterday afternoon at two locations  -  DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ 10/9/16
Cringle Reservoir
These pictures were originally taken last Sunday at Cregneash, but have been post processed in Corel Painter Essentials  -  4/9/16
12th September
Following on from the drone flying at Cringle on Saturday, I had a walk around the area on footpaths and road yesterday afternoon.
Panasonic TZ60 11/9/16
On the drive back home I noticed these interesting cloud formations, so stopped on Lherghy Cripperty to photograph them.
Panasonic TZ60 11/9/16 multiple original shots processed for HDR
16th September
Sunset clouds from Birch Hill on Tuesday evening  -  Panasonic TZ60 13/9/16
Some picture taken on a bike ride from Sulby  -  Panasonic TZ60  15/9/16
Birch Hill Sunset  -  Panasonic TZ60 15/9/16
27th September
Yesterday's Sunset from Birch Hill  - Panasonic TZ60  26/9/16
29th September
Two pictures taken yesterday afternoon in a very misty Douglas  -  Panasonic TZ60 28/9/16
1st October
Aerial pictures taken yesterday morning, following the route of the old Douglas Southern Electric Tramway from Douglas Head to Port Soderick.  This was the island's only 'Standard Gauge' (4' 8 1/2") railway and opened in 1896. There was no mains electricity supply so the company built its own power station at Pigeon Stream.  Due to a shortage of level ground, the car shed were constructed at Little Ness, about 2/3rds of the way to Port Soderick.  The railway was closed at the outbreak of WW2 in 1939 and ever re-opened. One of the tramcars is preserved at the National Tramway Museum at Crich, Derbyshire.
For more information on this fascinating tramway may I recommend 'By Whing to Port Soderick' by George Hobbs.
Pictures of the Tramway from my collection, original photographers unknown.
The Aerial pictures  -  DJI Phanton 2 Vision +  30/9/16
The Marine Drive Aerial pictures are continued in October 2016 
 Unless otherwise credited all pictures on this website are  © Jon Wornham