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.
That's a lovely bright sunny yellow house to walk by!
Uma bela perspectiva.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.Andarilhar
I like narrow little roads like this, to walk and listen to music from open windows , hear people talking, smell their lunch or dinner.... I had a route in Parga /Greece were family life was intense and the smells fantastic. I said Kalimera / Kalispera but that was about all what I learned..... but my senses worked much better than they do back home:) I like the "Swedish colours", composition, light and shade. Will you photograph some of the people living there?
Well you and have a peaceful stroll along there now.
Love this narrow street with its wonderful painted houses.
You probably need to walk cautiously with all that traffic!
I do not like empty streets. It looks like the life disappear.
Good perspective! There are times here when you move faster on foot than if you're in a bus.
I like the perspective, light and color here.I know what you mean about the street. We lived on a street that parents used to get their children to school - we called it the "parent parade." A side street that looks like yours would be hazardous the way they drove, though. Maniacs!
Great complementary colors and perspective!
Those walls could do with a wee spot of art Bill 😊😊 sounds like a hot spot at certain times of the day!
Algumas vezes é melhor caminhar, uma escolha com mais liberdade.