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.
An evocative image that I suspectt could be replicated in many regions of Ireland.
Looks like the land really flows through the hole in the wall. But it could also be the growing of the grass there.
The grass doesn't mind, it grows full speed through the open place!
A força da natureza, aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
It seems it has been broken for a while...:)
Mooie aparte foto Bill, Zo te zien is dat gat er al 'n hele tijd, wederom goed gevonden.Groet kees.
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!
Shouldn't take long Bill.. if they get to it soon 😉
Are you volunteering Bill? ヽ༼ຈل͜ຈ༽⊃─☆*:・ﾟ
Hoi Bill.Leuke foto.Groettie van Patricia.
I wonder if there were stairs there at one time?
That wall's been broken for quite a while. Time to call the wall repair man in.
It looks like it's been broken for quite a while.
...soon you won't even know as the grass grows.
It looks like this one has needed repairing for a long time.
These old house grounds and walls are often seen when I walk around the forestfor old living places
Yes, I'm thinking that it's been this state for some years at least.
How green the grass is!
I hope there are still stone wall artisan/craftsmen in the area! We admire their work whenever we see stone walks.
Yep, sure does look like it needs fixing.
I wonder if that is where Humpty Dumpty sat and he fell when the wall came tumbling down :)Neat photo Bill~
I'm wondering how long it's been broken since the grass where it's broken seems quite tall.
Interesting shot! It actually looks to me like the grass is a water current pouring through the stones.
Now it's a grass wall
"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)
Looks it has broken long back and grasses turned image beautiful!
It looks like it's been broken for quite a while, but I like how the grass is growing through …All the best Jan
I like how the earth just poured itself through the hole.
Based on the growth, it has been in need of repairing for awhile. :-)