Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
The sea glass lettering is beautiful and I love the gate.Wishing you a very nice day.
Nice to use shells like that. Old technic in a new coat.
Lovely sign, though if someone doesn't get busy with the shears you won't be able to see it in a few months.
Very nice it is too
Nice done, looks good.
Very creative use of stuff that usually finds its way into a drawer, never again to see the light of day.
Um belo pormenor.Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Really Like . . .Gives me an idea . . .
...you must have to walk a bit to see the sand!
Hello Bill.A very beautiful and interesting sign made from sea glass!Lovely picture and nice gate!Have a lovely day!Dimi...
Good choice for the meme! It looks like a place to explore!!
That's a very creative use of "sea glass." I'm assuming that gate opens up so you can walk over the dunes down to the sea. Nicely done, Bill!
That is lovely and actually quite sweet, Bill!
Who doesn't love a sandy cove
A neat looking sign!
That is a beautiful sign. I'm assuming the sandy part is just over that hill.
Neat sign and a lovely gate, Bill !
Love it, sea glass is so beautiful.
That is lovely!
I love sea glass and bet that is really beautiful in person. Nice gate too!
Unique and beautiful. You always find interesting things to photograph, Bill.
A sign with a lot imagination. I like it.Greetings.
That a nice sign and gate.; )
I really like the gate. And the sea glass should shine brightly when the sun hits the letters.
Looks beautiful in the wild! Lovely shot!
Someone has made a fine looking garden sign.
How neat. I love the gate and the seaglass sign.MB
That's a nice way to create a sign, and very welcoming. Is that an entrance to a public area?
To be made with sea glass is brilliant.All the best Jan.
It looks like someone repurposed an old bed frame for that gate. Pretty.