a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Sort of thing you see here as well
...and off o work they go!
Pormenores do dia a dia.Um abraço e desejo-lhe uma Boa e Santa Páscoa.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
And then to think there are still a lot of countries were they have no lights at all.
Road works are everywhere in springtimes.
I enjoy your moment in time photos Bill.
These 'spring' up in spring all around the roads here as the winter potholes are mended!
I bet you are right!
A handy little truck to have around, too.
Hello Bill.Getting ready for Spring and for the tourists visiting Ireland!Great capture! Enjoy your day!Dimi...
The construction season begins!
I've never seen such traffic lights. Here they just shut down the road you've got to make do and find another route! :) This is a good idea, but again, our rednecks in their pickyup trucks would probably run them over!
For a few years I lived in a really small town. Actually it was so small it was called a village, not town. It was so small it only had one traffic light.
Love your new header!
I love your header, Bill!!! It seems you are 'on the road' and it fits right in with the travels you make to take your pictures. Hope you and Shari have a wonderful, blessed Easter. xo Diana
Great new header though it's always an adjustment to see a driver on the opposite side from what I'm used to. Short stoplight is different, too.
A fun photo. I saw many good photo ops on our long drive to Atlanta yesterday but I was too busy gripping the steering wheel to take pictures! lol
Maybe they still have to be attached to their tall poles 😀 J'adore your new header shot Bill, always good to see people driving on the proper side of the road like what we do in Oz ☺
I'd say you are correct Sir!As a young lad our town didn't even have a stop sign, much less a stop light.