Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Hoi Bill, ja ze doen het toch maar, ze mogen best eens aandacht krijgen.Groet Kees.
Always nice to see people working.
Fim da festa, gosto das fotografias.Um abraço e bom Domingo.Andarilhar
The festive days are over, back to the ´dark´! ;))Thanks for telling me about sea glass, Bill. I don't think I have ever seen glass washed ashore here, but it must be a nice item to find.
I remember your photos of them putting up lights. Seems like yesterday! What a job. But the lights do make things more festive for sure!BTW, I'm back on Blogger. Weebly.com didn't work out as I wanted. Darn!
Here they take them down in the spring, but I think either last night or tonight is the last time they're lit up.
That's what I'm doing this weekend!
I guess what goes up has to eventually come down. Looks like a big job. I love your last photo though. So pretty!
Done for another year.
That was a lot of lights!
What goes up must come down.
A work that must be done...
What goes up must come down hey Bill.. quite a big job getting everything down and packed away for another year!