Glenties, co. Donegal
It feels very cold.God bless.
Nice that you can go to the end on the pier with your car. Here I think thats strictly forbidden.
Yes that is strange he took the car close to the edge. Hope he has good brakes.
Hope he caught supper.
Um belo lugar para a pescaria.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
...better days are coming.
Weather never stops a true fisherman.
Hello, that is cool you can pull your right up to the fishing spot. Enjoy your day!
The concrete and nature are a great contrast. The person looks so small against the elements.
Yes, the water looks very choppy.
That is an inveterate fisherman.: )
Excellent capture and could feel the strong wind from the edge of the bay!
It does look blustery. Hope conditions improve soon.
Love the chill that I feel while looking at this wonderful photo!!!
Well maybe this guy things that there are more fish when it's blustery. It is a good photo though!
I wonder if he had any luck.
A brooding kind of day.
Some people just gotta fish. :-)
You can drive right up to the end of the pier? That's so cool. I used to live in Redondo Beach, California and we would go to the pier all the time. I haven't been in years.
The dampness comes through in this pic, Bill!
I wonder if he caught anything? Maybe just a cold.
What a view of the water and mountains ♥
I do hope he caught one … or two!All the best Jan
That doesn't look like a day for leisure fishing, more like necessity. Hope he caught something.
Love this image. Beautifully captured!
He tries his luck after a fish or twoa beautiful place with nice mountains behind
Very choppy water, I hope he caught somethign.
Hi Bill.A beautiful picture.Nice and quiet to fish there.Greeting from Patricia.
The word 'blustery got me. I love that word, and enjoy blustery days.
What a lovely spot for fishing Bill, despite the blustery weather 😉