Friday, October 6, 2017

skywatch friday - different style

not your typical Irish house, reminds me of Southern California with all those trees.
seen on the road R241 heading to Greencastle from Moville.



linking to skywatch friday

24 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    That's nice living there.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. Maybe built by an Americain with Irish roots? :)

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  3. A beautiful house and they must have a great view from up there.

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  4. Very unusual indeed, I would never have guessed Ireland.

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  5. Looks like a tropical setting but Ireland never.

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  6. Lovely home with a scenic view. Palm trees in Ireland?

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  7. It's all so beautifully landscaped and with the blue sky one could be forgiven for thinking of a more tropical location than Ireland!

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  8. It's gorgeous! Maybe it belongs to a southern California mogul?

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  9. Does look rather tropical Bill, an unexpected but super find!

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  10. I like the landscaping too and how it sits up there on the hill. Beautiful!

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  11. You are so right, that does look more like California than Ireland. What an interesting place.

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  12. Perhaps not typical, but how gorgeous, Bill!

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  13. I'm with Andy and RedPat. Palm trees? Really? :-)

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  14. It does look Californian until you see the stone wall. It's always a surprise to see those tropical plants in the north. I'm surprised that we have some native cactus in Washington.

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  15. Ha, you could be in the Hollywood Hills.

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  16. I haven't been to Ireland since the 1970s, so I really don't know what an Irish home is like these days.

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  17. Not what I imagine when I think of Ireland for sure, but it is impressive! (And as untraveled as I am, my imagination is quite limited sadly... that's why I love blogging, I learn so much .)

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  18. pretty house and the sky is fabulous

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