The old bridge across the Ballinderry at Killymoon has carried horse-drawn carriages,tractors,early automobiles and innumerable human feet across the river for over 250 years.
A view over the Ballinderry river and its flood plain, as it flows through Killymoon estate.Taken from the disused railway line-a view once seen by many railway travellers (including,at least once, royalty) until the 1950’s .
Dart and Sawel in afternoon winter sunshine.The valley below sustained considerable flood and mud damage from the swollen riverin 2017 and severe landslides occurred on hills immediately behind me.
Sometimes a lens can’t fully capture a scene the eyes take in, but with careful exposure and manipulation , photos can be joined to create a panorama
A favourite view of ‘The Mournes’-from slopes of Slieve Croob. Practically all major Mourne peaks can be seen from here.