Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
Excellent idea. Always good to teach children a bit about re-cycling.
Somebody must have thought how to keep the children out of it and found a solution. Nice.
Bastante criativo e muito original.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Very nice done and pretty to look at.
Creativity almost everywhere we look . . . Happy little flower sight!
How fun! This makes such a joyful and bright photo. Wishing you and your wife a very nice day. I'm on a blog break, no need to return the visit.
A very novel way to "reduce, reuse, recycle." Looks like many disciplines are involved: art, math, environment, etc. The students must love it!
Recycling at it's prettiest Bill 🌼
What a clever idea! I like it.
Somebody had a good eye when they set this up.
Hi Bill.Looks funny these colored bands. Groettie from Patricia.
That is so original!!!
Very creative indeed!
An original for sure. Love it.
Hi Bill! Nice to see you back. (I am catching up!). Love the flowers and re-purposing of the old tires.
How lovely and a great way to reuse some tires!
What a brilliant idea to use tires as plant pots.God bless.
...what a great idea for the mountain of tires that are laying around.
Beautiful way to recycle.
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Very pretty and of course wonderful way to recycle used tyres! Lovely shot!
That is such a clever idea, and it's really beautifully executed. I really like it! It looks like there are creative minds at that school.
Now that's different, and very pretty.All the best Jan
That's something you don't see every day. It's very creative and I like it!
I'm not much for tire planters, but have to admit that one is cute.