Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
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Nice work Bill.
It looks very nice, I also like the round parts.
I like it, too. Especially the top finishing
And it looks exceptionally well constructed, too.
It is easy to see why it is one of favourites.
A very nice one indeed, I like the top of it.
...you sure don't want to sit on this wall.
There are great stone masons about and this is a fine example of their work! The colour of the stone is a lovely golden hue!
Oh, how I love this stone wall, Bill !
I love all things made of stone. This is some wall! It ain't gonna get knocked down very easily! And it's so pretty.
Someone did a good job here.
What a great wall and I love the gate entrance too.Like the patio garden in previous post.MB
That really is a beautiful wall and it looks quite solid too.
It does look solidly built!
It's in good nick!
Is that the same wall I saw on a post of yours a few days ago? I am so glad that you photographed it because it is a beauty. I'll spare you the Frost poem, The Mending Wall, altho I love his poems.
It's the same wall Kate. I thought of you when I passed it again and took these photos. Glad you like it.
Ah, the lovely manners of the Irish are rubbing off on you. Many thanks for the thought!
Looks like castle gates. I like it.
Love the 2nd pic the best!
This looks really lovely stone wall. It has made with love.
Beautifully made wall, takes some skill to do it this well.
It took very skilled masonry to build this fine wall. I wonder why they chose to have that irregular top. I would have chosen a smoother finish.