Manx Glens: Laxey 11 Replies Share this:TwitterFacebookWhatsAppPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Blossoms and green leaves out already! (said she, jealously!). Just started to see a very slight tinge of green around the hawthorns in very sheltered spots here – nothing else yet though. I’ve known the hawthorns to be in early leaf in February not many years ago 😦
Hi Carol. I took these last weekend and to be honest, I expected the glen to feel less wintery. I checked my photographs from this time last year – bluebells already!
There’s a bluebell-photography walk organised near here this weekend – they’ve no chance of seeing any this year! 😦 I suppose there’ll be some other nice wildflowers for them to photograph though and it will be a nice walk as the weather is supposed to be good tomorrow.
Definitely no chance of bluebells! Hopefully the weather will be good, it’s quite dull here today so I’m hoping it will brighten up later on. Jackie
Tell me about the water fall.
Love these shoots! I love the cluster.
Look at my surprise cluster.
Thank you. We have some lovely waterfalls here on the Isle of Man – this one isn’t one of the best. I’ll be posting some more waterfalls when I’ve visited some other glens during springtime.
Really interesting cluster, what are they?
They are spiders. Itsy bitsy baby spiders, and a lot of them. This was only one quarter. I have never seen so many.
Lovely, though I don’t think everyone appreciates spiders like we do!
The Children’s Centre has just taken over the lease for Laxey Pavilion and its glens and Gardens – we’d love to use some of your wonderful images on our website! Do you think that would be ok?
You can contact me at email@example.com to discuss.
Look forward to hearing from you!