Isle of Man
A view of Douglas bay with the Steam Packet vessel Ben my Chree negotiating a turn.
Sulby Reservoir on the Isle of Man taken from the top of Snaefell Mountain
Castle Rushen in Castletown on the Isle of Man dates back to 1200AD and was once home to the Kings and Lords of Mann. Also visible is the one-handed clock donated by Queen Elisabeth I.
A small fisherman's cottage at Niarbyl on the Isle of Man. Niarbyl is a Manx National Heritage site on the west of the island.
Langness lighthouse started operating in December 1880 and is run by the Northern Lighthouse Board. It is now unmanned.
Niarbyl Bay is an idyllic location on the western coast of the Isle of Man with unspoilt views down to the Calf of Man
Harry Kelly's cottage is located in the open air museum of Cregneash village in the south of the Isle of Man. The cottage shows the lifestyle of a Manx fisherman from centuries past. Cregneash is a Manx National Heritage site.
The Point of Ayre lighthouse can be found at the northernmost tip of the Isle of Man. It is an active 19th century lighthouse designed and built by Robert Stevenson, grandfather of novelist and writer Robert Louis Stevenson.