Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
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A bit of paint will do wonders here.
I like this shot a lot for its honesty & homeliness. it's quaint in a way nothing has changed in years & I like that!
Could use some paint.:)
Not a place where people spend too much time.
...worn to perfection!
I am impressed that there are no overflowing barrels or crates of unwanted items. Despite the obvious age of the structure, the surrounding area is remarkably free of debris.
Some old parts of Toronto have those alleys with garages - for cars or used as storage.
Tres photogenic Bill, just needs a wee bit of street art ☺
Very photogenic! For some reason it reminds me of my home town in Illinois.
I find that alleys sometimes have interesting things to see. I like this one.
Hoi Bill, ja inderdaad rijk voor de sloop, wel leuk om er een kiekje van te maken, hihi.Groet kees.
I love to wander down the lane ways here!
I love the look of it!
It's a great picture. I love the stacked rocks and the moss growing on top. As you know, I am not posting for a while but I'll still be visiting.
A picture that can launch a thousand stories!
It makes for a very interesting photo!
It's surprising. Such a humble setting makes for a really interesting and nice photo. The reddish door on the left really works well. I like it a lot!
Once, a long time ago, someone painted that door, stood back admiring the finished job, and thought, "That'll last a good few years!"
I love the different masonry! It makes for a very interesting photo.
It looks like these structures have been there a long while.
Your eye is drawn to the reddish coloured door.No rubbish around though.It does make an interesting photograph.All the best Jan