From Killinakin to Trasnagh Island across Whiterock. Strangford Lough co Down Northern Ireland. A soft day. Strangford Lough Is managed by the National Trust and has a full time warden, a chap from ‘Geordieland’ and a legend in these parts. Often he is employed moving cattle and sheep from one Island to the next and there are ‘umteen’ islands in Strangford Lough.
’G’in haem tae Killinakin
ma feet t’were achin.
Ah wish’t ah wis haem ….
…in mae bed!
Mind! l’tll only be borin’
….Cause the wife i’ll be
Think i’ll gae tae the pub instead!
Nikon D-60 and a gap in a hedgerow.
16/05/10 Was flicking through online archive pics in the Belfast Telegraph and found this. Taken from the exact same spot …exact same gap in the hedgerow..(spooky) in 1920