Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
I like all the angles, light and shadows in your shot. I suspect this is an alternate route only locals know to take.
Nice composition, Bill. I like the lines and color blocks.
These are common in midtown Toronto. The lane-ways serve as access to garages at the back of the respective houses.
So even Ireland has its alleys but not one piece of waste in sight.
This lane resembles those in the mining town in central Newfoundland where we lived for a number of years.
I like that perspective.
I like back lanes, often more interesting that the main road.
I really like this, Bill...and it looks quite clean!
This makes an excellent street scene!
Looks very very quiet?I like it.
I love to wander in lane ways like this, Bill!
...so you are a 'backlane traveller!'
A nice and lonely lane, it must hold lots of secrets.
Looks like a good street to avoid traffic and congestion.
I always like walking on alleyways and back lanes (if they look safe) because it seems like you have discovered a secret passage unlike everybody else who is out there on the busy main street. This looks perfect!!
When I was young there were many "alleys" in our town. These days, they are very rare. We loved them as kids, because they were great shortcuts and fun to explore.