Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
And I'm afraid we will never know ;)
Gostei deste olhar meu amigo.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar
I see six men, surely an important work for the community.
A lot of people for such a small spot but when it is the government working then there is much supervision also.
Love it! Also the yellow clothes. What a nice area behind them: meadow, hill, green grass. Super.
...looks like most construction jobs here, standing and watching!
Repairing some underground pipework? Moville looks so pretty here through your lens Bill.
You do wonder, aside from giving photographers fodder for posts?
I've had the same experience, over and over again. There are usually eleven workers standing around in a sort of huddle and one is bent over with a shovel. What the heck is that all about?x
They're going to have a cuppa next!
They probably don't either :).
There are certainly enough of them!
Called a "confab" here in the States. Probably talking sports :-)
Whatever they're doing there are certainly enough of them dispatched. I do like the setting around them. It looks like a beautiful area.
Ha Bill, fraaie oude omgeving waar de werkmensen bezig zijn, daar hou ik van.Groetjes Kees.