Dungloe developed as a town in the middle of the 18th century, and now serves as the administrative and retail centre for the west of County Donegal.
Because climate change is necessary, we have spent a lot of heat.Tomás.
Gone are the days of hay ricks I remember
Flat pack housing.
It's always sad to say goodbye to summer, but I like this part of the year. :)
I love this view across to the golden straw baled field!
Um belo olhar.Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.Andarilhar
Nice rural landscape, Bill !
These round bales are rolling up all over.
Wow, love the hills. Very nice area and photos!
Same over here..... (stavanger area. Norway.)We have a stormy day. Lots of ferries are not operating.
pretty view and great title!
Lovely bucolic scene. "Rolling up for the winter" -- such a vivid description. Love it!
Love your title!
This beautiful vista reminds me how farming is a 24/7 operation in every season. Tough work even if you enjoy it!
Not sure when these round bales caught on. That tends to be the practice here, too.
Quite peaceful. Rolled bales are fairly typical here too.
Hays all in the barn now. Lovely shot.MB
Our hay is picked up and gone now. This is such a pretty scene!
That's a lovely sight Bill, a bit similar to the one I saw last week on my country trip.
This reminds me to get into my backyard to take care of the herbs and plants. Lovely scene in Ireland!!
Mais uma imagem bela!