Sulby Glen, just downstream
from Tholt-y-Will. Here two tributary streams join the Sulby River,
one from the west side via a high waterfall and one from the east through
a steep sided valley. Not much water comes in via the east stream
now, as it is dammed higher up to form the Block Eary Reservoir and water
is diverted from there by pipe to feed the hydro electric power station
in the valley. By the time I did the flights, the sun had long since
set in the valley, which probably only gets a few hours direct illumination
each day at this time of year.
The colours have changed from the greens of my September
visit, to the browns of winter.
Port Erin. DJI
Phantom 4 Pro
Cregneash and the surrounding
area. DJI Phantom 4 Pro
DJI Phantom 4 Pro
DJI Phantom 4 Pro
Port Soderick and Keristal.
Two locations on the
Marine Drive. DJI Spark 29/11/19
A December Request!
Welcome to the December
2019 page for Island Images. The three pictures above are not new
ones, but go back to the days when I first started doing aerial photography
with a drone, five years ago now. My IOM photo website itself
has in fact been running for over twenty years so I think it's time for
a bit of a review and I'd like you, my visitors to help out with it.
In its early days I used to have a guest book available on the site and
visitors would often leave comments, but it became 'spammed' so much that
I had to take it down. So, for December 2019 only I have set up a
special email account and I would really like it if you you just take a
couple of minutes to drop a comment, suggestion or criticism to it.
If it gets the response I hope, I won't be able to reply to your emails,
but I would really appreciate them! The address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's not a survey as such, just say what you want, I'm looking forward
to hearing from you!
Mul Hill, Cregneash
and The Calf of Man. DJI Phantom 4 Pro.
Niarbyl at Sunset.