The name Strangford is derived from the Old Norse: Strangr-fjorðr meaning "strong fjord" which describes the fast flowing narrows at it's entrance. Strangford Lough is a large sea lough or inlet (the largest in the British Isles) and is home to a diverse mix of wildlife, being an important winter destination for a variety of migratory birds.
This photograph contains the Ards Sailing Club in the foreground, looking over the Lough Westwards towards the town of Newtownards.
Lokofoto - 12" x 9.5"
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