Glen Maye is a small village on the west coast heading South from Peel, and it’s a great spot for a walk. The Glen in itself is not very long, but if you follow it down you’ll come out on a rocky beach and it’s a nice way to spend an hour and get some fresh air.

I, like probably every other photographer on the island, made this one of the first places to visit when I got my first DSLR and found a tutorial on Slow Shutter Speed (and above is the photo that I took).

There is a carpark at the very top of the glen, and the actual waterfall is only a couple of minutes down, and people have been coming here for YEARS! It’s not uncommon to see a tourist post card from 100 years ago showing a picture of the Waterfall. So come for a stroll and see what you think!