Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
It takes some courage to be up there. Why is he hosing it down anyway? Surely rain washes everything off. We don't hose the roofs of our houses ... at least I don't.God bless.
That would be a job I would not want!I wish you both a nice weekend.
Nice header. Yes I wonder also why he is hosing that roof, perhaps some fallen fish on the wrong place?
Probably bird droppings. There are plenty of seagulls that sit there when fish are coming in.
Hello, Any work on the roof makes me nervous. Hope your day is great, happy weekend!
I wouldn’t want that job, though the roof is almost flat.
...cleanliness is next to Godliness!
2 men at work..... can you find the 2nd man?
He's on the left.
That is power washing. Is that a factory building?
Fish processing plant but you could call it a factory.
And you my friend Bill are in the roof of Photo-dreaming. Because this is your art. You bring my look closer to the possibilities of life.
You have to have a head for heights to do that job Bill 😱
Neither of those men are youngsters. Hard work at any age.
You had a good view from where you were standing taking this photo :)
They sure are working hard but at least they can cool off a bit :)
I would have thought the famous Irish weather would have done that job.
They keep things clean in every direction.
They certainly keep things clean, Bill!
I like it ❤
That job is not one I'd do, I don't like heights unless I have something sturdy to hang onto.
Work that has to be done.
I wondered why he was hosing it down, but then I saw your explanation to someone else who had the same question. I'm glad to see they're following safety regulations and he's wearing a harness in case he falls.
I think my husband would like that job! : ) He goes crazy once he gets going with the power washer. Anything could get cleaned!!
I can only imagine that a lot of hosing goes on here.....
We get a lot of moss on roofs here. I'll bet the seagulls do a real job "frosting" these.
That's quite a task!All the best Jan