Wednesday, October 2, 2019

up in the hills

of Killybegs where some people get the peat/turf from.




32 comments:

  1. Really wonderful views where you live.

    God bless, Bill.

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  2. Hoi Bill, Prachtige beelden van deze berglandschappen, mag je van mij vaker tonen, ja helaas hebben wij die hier niet.
    Groet Kees.

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  3. Oh that is nice, we have seen those peat fields too, wonderful photos of these.

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  4. Wow, gorgeous views! Enjoy your day and week ahead.

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    1. Yes, there were some bags around that had peat in them but still need to be picked up.

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  6. ...is it still burned for heat?

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  7. Such beautiful countryside! Love it!

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  8. Wonderful landscape view of the country and i enjoyed the sky as well!

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  9. Such Magical Landscapes There - Wonderful Shots

    Cheers

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  10. Hi Bill.

    Great photos Bill.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  11. I didn't realize that some people used peat for heat still!

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  12. Your 2nd photo is like a painting. Beautiful!

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  13. What everyone has said...twice over!

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  14. I'm going to have look at the map of Ireland and get the lay of the land. I've read some of Patrick Taylor's stories and should check a map.

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  15. Spectacular view. A beautiful country.

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  16. Patrick Taylor has written some great stories.

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  17. Nice shots! It looks like you don't have to travel far to get away from town.

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  18. Gosh folk have been using peat for hundreds of years, didn't realise it was still a thing! Gorgeous views Bill ✨

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