May 2019
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25th May
A visit to Milntown House, Ramsey for lunch yesterday.  The flowers are all just on the walk back to the car park.  Panasoci TZ200 24/5/19
 
 
There are ten new Railway pictures taken yesterday in Railways 2019 Pt2.  Panasonic TZ200 24/5/19
 
23rd May
Port Soderick revisited using the Phantom 4, with the specific intention of looking for remains of the old southern walkways along the cliffs before they completely disappear. The first set of pictures concentrate on this area, followed by a couple of panoramas stitched from multiple images, then some more general photography in the area.  DJI Phantom 4 Pro  21/5/19
 
22nd May
Aerial photography at Groudle on Sunday afternoon.  DJI Spark 19/5/19
 
21st May
Aerial photography at Port Soderick on Sunday.  DJI Spark 19/5/19
 
20th May
There are thirty five new Railway pictures, taken over the weekend, in Railways 2019 Pt2.  Panasonic TZ200 18 &19/5/19
 
19th May
Some more aerial shots, this time around Peel Castle from two locations.  DJI Spark  15/5/19
 
18th May
Aerial photography at Bradda Head, flying from the lower path that leads down to the old mines office of the South Bradda Mine.  Lead and copper were mined here, and the remains of the old engine house and chimney stand at the base of the cliff which rises to over 300ft above sea level, topped by Milner's Tower, constructed in 1871 in honour of William Milner, a wealthy safe maker from Liverpool and benefactor to Port Erin. The mine closed in 1904.
DJI Phantom 4 Pro  15/5/19
 
I wasn't originally going to include these pictures here, as I wasn't sure if they would be of interest to most visitors, but here they are anyway! Taken at South Barrule Quarry in very dull and overcast conditions.  DJI Phantom 4 Pro  10/5/19
 
17th May
A trip to Ballaglass Glen on Monday morning to catch the bluebells before they are gone for another year.  Nikon D7100 13/5/19
 
16th May
A walk around the Langness peninsula on Sunday afternoon, starting and finishing at Derbyhaven.  Panasonic TZ200  12/5/19
 
There are twelve new Railway pictures in Railways 2019 Pt2.  Nikon D7100 & Panasonic TZ200 13-15/5/19
 
13th May
The Silvery Gibbon family at the Wildlife Park on Saturday afternoon.  Panasonic TZ200  11/5/19
 
Some of the wild Wallabies out in the Curragh.  We saw more but they're not always easy to photgraph, particularly when just using a compact Camera.  Panasonic TZ200  11/5/19
 
There are two new Aircraft pictures in Aircraft 2019 Pt2  -  Panasonic TZ200  11/5/19
 
12th May
Photographs in Sulby Glen yesterday afternoon.  Most pictures were taken using the drone, although some of them almost at ground level, but it saved getting wet feet trying to cross the Sulby River!  Panasonic TZ200 & DJI Phantom 4 Pro  11/5/19
 
9th May
There are ten new Railway pictures taken this afternoon, in Railways 2019 Pt 2  -  Panasonic TZ200 9/5/19
 
8th May
Glen Rushen Slate Quarries
I first saw mention of these quarries in Stan Basnett's excellent 'Hidden Places of Mann' book, published in 1993 not long after I had arrived in the IOM and was still finding my way around.  I was re reading it last month while I was away and thought that I'd take a visit for some aerial photography with the drone from Arrysey Plantation.  Stan mentions that there are great views of the 5 levels of the quarry from a clearing in the plantation, but things have changed over the years since then.  Deciduous trees have filled the clearing and removed most of the view so the drone was helpful in getting a better look from above.  The five levels are also very hard to discern now, I suspect that natural erosion and the plantation trees on the far side of the valley have obliterated many of them.  Looking at old maps, much of the length of the quarry has also vanished amongst the trees.   DJI Phantom 4 Pro  7/5/19
 
7th May
A visit to the Wildlife Park yesterday afternoon.  Nikon D7100  6/5/19
 
6th May
Some aerial photography in the Injebreck area yesterday afternoon.   DJI Spark  5/5/19
 
4th May
From Douglas Promenade yesterday afternoon.   Panasonic TZ200 3/5/19
 
East Baldwin and Injebreck yesterday afternoon.  Panasonic TZ200 3/5/19
 
 Unless otherwise credited all pictures on this website are  © Jon Wornham