A Year In Scrabo Country
Every place has its iconic images and Northern Ireland is no different. There’s the sweep of the Mournes down to the sea at Newcastle, the hexagonal pillars of the giants Causeway or Belfast’s mighty shipyard cranes. But for the residents of north County Down the image of the stark tower on the hill maintaining its vigil over the head of Strangford Lough can top them all.
In this book David Kirk captures the essence of Scrabo and its surrounding lands including Newtownards, Comber and the upper part of Strangford Lough.Page after page is filled with glorious images capturing every aspect of the area throughout the seasons. Whether it be farmers at work or the results of their labours; people at work or play in Comber and Newtownards; rocks showing the marks made by seas millions of years ago or the marks made by quarrying today, David’s canny eye captures the very essence of Scrabo country.
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