Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
That's clever. The inner wall is bricks and then covered with stone like facade.God bless.
Looks like they know what they are doing.
Strange that it is done by volunteers but it looks very well.
I was thinking what SC said.
They do a good job.
...I don't understand the use of the red brick!
São muito importantes estes trabalhos feitos por voluntários.Um abraço e bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
How cool! And it appears they know what they're doing. You wouldn't want me building a retaining wall. It wouldn't retain anything. That's what my teachers used to say, "Hey, Lowell, what's wrong with you, you can't retain anything!" :)
Some nifty brickwork happening there Bill.. you might have to go back and show us what they do with the red bricks ✨
Hi Bill.They do that nicely.Groettie from Patricia.
Hello Bill. Great captures!Well done to the volunteers!Enjoy your new week!Dimi...
Looks like they know “their plan!”Double duty with the brick and the facade . . .
I could sure use some retaining walls in my garden. We live on a sloped piece of property. They look like they are doing a wonderful job.
They are doing a great job!:)
They’re doing a great job!
Ha Bill, Prachtig wordt de muur van natuursteen.Groet kees.
What a project for them to do!
They look like they know what they are doing!
Hard work but, that is a very nice looking wall.
Hi Bill again...re your question on Ocala: I'd guess there is a pool, but it would be behind the house. Most of these homes have pools, but not all. Hope you had a great day!
That's a good looking wall. And it was a volunteer effort? How nice!
Great to see volunteers doing their bit. Beautiful captures!
I've always been interested in how these are done. If it's not right the wall will collapse.
How nice of them to volunteer to fix up the wall...it really does take a village as they say!