Eyes of Mann: the Island from Above
Eyes of Mann presents a stunning selection of photographs from the Isle of Man using the latest drone technology, captured by Glenn Whorrall.
From the Point of Ayre to the Calf of Man the Island’s towns, villages and landscape appear in extraordinary detail, giving a perspective rarely seen.
The drone is able to visit remote places that are difficult to access, such as the abandoned mines at the back of Bradda Head, and flying over the towns the drown reveals street layouts, hidden areas and, in Douglas, the dazzling array of Victorian terraces, something only really visible from the air.
The photographs are captioned by local historian Charles Guard who gives the background and context to the images and explains some of the significance of what can be seen.