Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
My father liked to say that without bent nails and baler twine the whole of our countryside would fall apart!
Gosto desta fotografia.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
The first airplane was also from wood and strings and look what it is now.
Looks very rural.
Ha ha! The farmer's best friend is baler twine even instead of a belt for his trousers! Classic rough & ready fence there!
Black and white is perfect for this gate, Bill.
Hi Bill.Solution is sometimes simple when it can be closed.Groettie from Patricia.
You gotta do what you gotta do! That fence looks like it's been through some rough patches, like a world war, but it's still standing. And that's something to be proud of
Sometimes you have to use what you have at the time.
I've got a gate that's held a quick fix for over a year.
Hello Bill.Love the old wooden gates and fences!Like the black white photo!Great capture too!Have a lovely evening!Dimi...
Black and white suits this to show the old weathered wood.
I've seen a lot of those temporary fixes in my lifetime.
You'll have to have a look in a few months Bill and see if this 'temporary' fix is still here 😀
That will probably hold until spring.
I wonder how long it has been temporarily fixed!
Love this in black & white, those weathered wood pieces are lovely!
It looks like it has been there for a while! ;-)
Wonderful black & white photo showing the grain of the wood.God bless.
Looks great in monochrome!
It does not look like like a temporary fix to me!! I say it has been there forever!!! : )
beautiful image !:)
That looks very much like my DH would mend the fence.
Really nice black and white photo!