Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
You see some strange items coming over sea to the shores. What would be in the container? :)
I believe it is an oil tank from someone's house. No sign of oil though unless it leaked out on the way from wherever it came from.
In the end it always surface.
Amazing - the things that the sea throws back!
Interesting bird in the background too, Bill. Any idea what it was?
...the ocean was never meant to be a dump.
In the end everything comes back to us.
You also got a bird standing on the end of the rock outcrop...maybe a heron?
The things found washed up after a storm can be quite disturbing Bill!
It's amazing the things found after a big storm like that.
Quite a storm, Bill!
This only shows that people continue polluting the oceans, the rivers...Enjoy this Sunday afternoon.: )
That looks huge to be out floating in the sea!
Amazing, Bill, and sad, too, to see pollution. I love the water views in your photo!
Well, that is interesting.
Interesting---I didn't think about that happeninf. we are near the Pacific Ocean and things are still turning up after the Japanese Tsunami several years ago. As kids we used to go to the beach and search for Japanese fishing weights.MB
That is interesting. When I was growing up near the ocean, we used to go to the beach after storms and find all kinds of things. It was always a fun thing to do.
Think about how much is left in the ocean.
It's a shame things like that are in the ocean to begin with but good that people are cleaning up.
Disasters like that leave so much in their wake. (I can only imagine the scale of cleanup Houston is facing.)
Honestly the things that get washed up on beaches!!!Mind you think about what is drifting around in our oceans!All the best Jan