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Black & White Wednesday

This weeks photograph is taken at Castle Espie a WWT reserve here in Northern Ireland. It sit’s on the shore of Strangford lough, which is a sea lough on the east side of the country close to the town of Comber. The reserve was the site of the old Castle Espie brick and pottery factory. This photograph was take from the  Lime Kiln Observatory which is built on top of the old lime kiln’s.

Looking over one of the ponds in Castle Espie and the mud flats of Strangford lough.

Castle Espie and WWT link: https://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/castle-espie#

Camera: Nikon D7200 Lens: Sigma 17-70 mm

Photo data: ISO 100: f8 @ 1/250 sec : Lens at 17mm.

Thank you for visiting,

George.

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  1. Hello my friend, I am keeping well and just started back to work after a four month lockdown. So I’ll miss my time in nature, walking and sitting with mother nature brings great peace within me.
    I just read your latest post, I always enjoy your posting. Stay safe CM. 🤗☘️
    I’ll leave you with an Irish saying.

    May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks,
    May your heart be has light as a song,
    May each day bring you bright,
    happy hours that stay with you all year long. ☘️
    Seoirse

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