Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Hey Bill, dit zijn vaak de mooiste plaatjes, ik vind zulk soort gebouwen best wel interessant. Groet Kees.
Hi Bill.Nice door, too bad that everything is so neglected.Groettie from Patricia.
Looks like a concrete shed affected by time but still with life in it.
A rather neglected building, look almost like a bunker.
Derelict buildings always have the most photogenic doors Bill.. fab find!
I also had the door and window phase. There is something special about photographing doors and windows! : )
I think I will paint it red!
I was about to say that's a great looking door, then I saw the second photo. It's a great door in a great old weathered and gritty building.
could use a white wash
Hello Bill.Nice old door.The building looks very old!Lovely pictures!Enjoy your weekend!Dimi...
It seems as if it has been there forever!
...weathered to perfection.
Tear it down! Oui? Maybe it was a WWII bunker? When I saw your title and read the words, "old" and "weathered" I thought you were going to show a photo of me! Yikes!
It's well worn.
I love old buildings and doors. I'd like to know the story behind this.
Old door are so interesting, I like this one!
GREAT pictures. I used to have a poster of Irish doors.
Nice one, Bill!
It looks like it could be restored and made quite beautiful; that is, if the wood is still in good condition. Certainly make a terrific photo.
Closed doors are always fascinating. Beautifully shot!
Very old and very weathered. I wonder what sort of building that is/was.
The door looks beautiful! The building not so much.
Love that door. It has experienced a lot.