Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
...a boat house!
Looks like it has been standing there for ages. Nice photo, Bill.
Uma casa que entrou pelo mar a dentro.Gostei.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar
That building has such a lot of character. Very nice.
The use of stone you never see in the Netherlands. Its just not there in contrast to clay what lays on every field and as river bottom so instead we have bricks. Wonder why the windows are gone but it makes a nice composition on your photo.
Certainly looks like some kind of boat house, but a very substantially built one - what have they got in there? Gold bullion?
Lots of work have been put in to these walls.
This place needs a lot of TLC. I think the wind and the sea and the salt air have taken their toll.
A charming building, a nicely composed image, and a sunlit scene!
What a great old stone building!
It does seem as if it has been there a long while.
That was my thought, Tom--a boat house that has had it's windows bricked up.
The stonework is wonderful Bill, you couldn't get a more textured wall, this one was built to last.. so close to the water's edge too!
It is nice! It does looks like it was built to last.
Looks as if it is sliding into the sea! Lovely capture!
Is it as old as it looks? I love the stone!
A real mosaic of various materials! And I think that the sea may claim it relatively soon.Thanks for your faithful comments....just so much going on here now with grandkids....
I love such finds, they tell of pride of workmanship. Great shot.
Such great textures! You found perfect light for this subject!
Nice house for boats. I really like this photo (as your others ones too)