Photography.
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.
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 river in 2017. Severe landslides occurred on hills immediately behind viewpoint.
Often a panorama is needed to do justice to a scene. With correct exposure and some manipulation , photos can be joined to create a panorama which does better justice to a view.
A favourite view of ‘The Mournes’-from slopes of Slieve Croob. Practically all major Mourne peaks can be seen from here.
The view from Dundrum Castle over Dundrum town and bay towards the Mournes..
Looking south towards the Mournes and Inner Dundrum Bay from Downshire Bridge.