Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
Cute house! Hubby got me some, too, but we have no place to hang them somewhere.Can´t wait for your wildflower-pics!Have a nice day, Bill :-)
Um conjunto de belas fotografias.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Thank you for the tour. The void of people is what stood out to me. Same thing happening here.
Clearly a place you have to visit again Bill.
A pretty place to stroll around, love that white house with the owners sitting next to it :)
Hi Bill.It all looks nice there.Greetings from Patricia.
I hope that birds quickly occupied those upscale residences in a prime location.
Enjoyed the collection of photos.Must be plenty of birds come to the bird houses.
...that's taking tiny living to an extreme.
That first tableau is a very Irish scene, all that's needed is for one of the figures to be playing the fiddle or the pipes.
Nice for someone to have built a home for the little people.
Hello, I love the row of trees and stone wall. A lovely walk. Take care, enjoy your day!
Thank you Bill for the wonderful cheerful photos.God bless always.
Beautiful shot of wildflower garden...you can come back and catch them blooming later! Love the bird houses too, but especially the little white house in the grass. I wonder what happens when the grass gets higher!
That's a sweet tableau Bill and I always love to see birdhouses high in the trees 💙
A walk always gives you good photo opportunities.
That house in your first photo must be for the wee folk. Good to see the stone walls around the gardens. This is a great time of year just as the flowers begin to grow and trees bud out.
I love that family of little people. I also love those bird houses. I hope they are well used.
I like the stone walls. They are the same as in the Ardeche in France where we live from April to mid-October. But not now because we can't go there.
That doll house looks super cute! At first I thought it was real. Glad to see you have been walking outdoors but make sure to keep distance :) Stay Safe Bill!
A nice cheerful post, Bill! That could be a little house fit for a little mouse.
Very Nice photoes!I like all of them :)))
Beautiful signs after your walk
The first photo made me laughThe second and third made me want to hang a birdhouse The fourth and fifth made me want plant a garden soon
I like seeing the stone fence. We have many of those in Kentucky.
The gardens will be flowering soon and oh so pretty. And the birds can eat the bad and not so bad bugsMB
Nice bunch of pictures from your walk. Like the stone walls too.
Walking allows you to see so much more than driving.
That’s a sweet little house on the tableau.
the tiny house is wonderful! all nice pictures. EW
I enjoyed the walk as well...
The birdhouses will come in handy soon.