Tuesday, February 12, 2019

broken wall

needs repairing


31 comments:

  1. An evocative image that I suspectt could be replicated in many regions of Ireland.

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  2. Looks like the land really flows through the hole in the wall. But it could also be the growing of the grass there.

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  3. The grass doesn't mind, it grows full speed through the open place!

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  4. It seems it has been broken for a while...
    :)

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  5. Mooie aparte foto Bill, Zo te zien is dat gat er al 'n hele tijd, wederom goed gevonden.
    Groet kees.

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  6. Hello, it looks as though the land does not want a wall there. Sounds familiar, no walls. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day. Have a great week ahead!

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  7. Shouldn't take long Bill.. if they get to it soon 😉

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  8. Are you volunteering Bill? ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽⊃─☆*:・゚

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  9. Hoi Bill.

    Leuke foto.

    Groettie van Patricia.

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  10. I wonder if there were stairs there at one time?

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  11. That wall's been broken for quite a while. Time to call the wall repair man in.

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  12. It looks like it's been broken for quite a while.

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  13. ...soon you won't even know as the grass grows.

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  14. It looks like this one has needed repairing for a long time.

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  15. These old house grounds and walls are often seen when I walk around the forest
    for old living places

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  16. Yes, I'm thinking that it's been this state for some years at least.

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  17. I hope there are still stone wall artisan/craftsmen in the area! We admire their work whenever we see stone walks.

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  18. Yep, sure does look like it needs fixing.

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  19. I wonder if that is where Humpty Dumpty sat and he fell when the wall came tumbling down :)

    Neat photo Bill~

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  20. I'm wondering how long it's been broken since the grass where it's broken seems quite tall.

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  21. Interesting shot! It actually looks to me like the grass is a water current pouring through the stones.

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  22. "Something there is that doesn't love a wall,
    That sends the frozen-ground-swell under it,
    And spills the upper boulders in the sun."
    (Robert Frost)

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  23. Looks it has broken long back and grasses turned image beautiful!

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  24. It looks like it's been broken for quite a while, but I like how the grass is growing through …

    All the best Jan

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  25. I like how the earth just poured itself through the hole.

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  26. Based on the growth, it has been in need of repairing for awhile. :-)

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