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.
Hi Bill.It dries well in the wind.Groettie from Patricia.
You don't often see that these days. Unless people put the tumble dryer in the front garden!!!God bless.
Gosto deste olhar e aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Hope it dries. Looks like there is still some moisture around.
It looks a bit foggy outside, not the best weather to dry the laundry :)
A sight seen less often than in times past.
Such a pretty scene. I have sweet memories of helping mother hang clothes on the line to dry when I was little.Enjoy your day.
Great way to dry. Lovely capture!
That would not work in my area!
Ahhh...reminds me of my childhood when I used to help my mother hang up the washing.
You don't see that much anymore!
I used to only dry my clothes outside but now I only use my dryer.
...an uncommon sight these days.
Something that we're more likely to see in the countryside, but in warmer weather!
Hoi Bill, Geen fraai gezicht maar is wel nodid, leuke foto Bill.Groet Kees.
A common sight when I was a child, but not so much anymore. Nice photo!
Lovely when you can dry the laundry outdoorsHere we have to wait a few more months for outdoor drying
I love this scene! It looks like home!
Ach! Anyone doing that around here right now would have everything stiff and frozen.
I used to love hanging out the clothes. Towels are specially nice all stiff and scratchy---love it. Anyway I don't do that anymore----I have been tamedMB
Not something you see a lot anymore. Thanks for stopping by my blog an leaving a comment. :)
Looks the warm sunlight help drying cloths! Nice capture
Looks like a nice windy day Bill, that washing will be dry in no time 😉