Life's a beach
Mooragh Beach is on of the two beaches here. As you can see it is part pebble/shingle and part sand. It's not a beach you would expect to find swimmers and sunbathers. You do find like I said yesterday dog walkers down here and occasionally horse and riders trotting along the beach. As you can see it's quite a view you get on a clear day.
To the left is Mooragh Promenade. Behind me out of shot would be the harbour jetty, bridge and town. To the right is obviously the sea, but as we are and island you would expect to happen upon land too. You do, England. On a even clearer day you can make out the landscape of the Lake District. I have many photos of the outline of the hills of England across from Ramsey. Looking north the bay sweeps round to the promontory known as Shellagh Point. More of those Manx words. It appears Shellagh means willow and has also become used as a girl's name. I'm not sure those using the name know of it's origin. I wonder if anyone has another meaning or anyone named Shellagh
I haven't finished with beach just yet. Like the wood will shall drift by there often and you can walk virtually with me, if you want or join me on facebook if your'e on.
To join or check others in the neme click Skywatch and the team will help you. I came across an image that is a beauty but not in our friday club. Take a peek it could be a great inclusion for skywatch. So many wonderful images out there aren't part of the club and would be perfect.