of a flood. The river Eske is located across the street and caused some flooding last month. These photos were taken a month ago when we were in Donegal Town and after the water level of the river receded.
across the road of the building in the above photo
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Vestígios de inundações.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
… signs and graphics had almost fallen into the water ... help! :)ReplyDelete
Have a nice day, Bill!
Awful. Hubby´s apartment flooded twice. First time only centimeters, but the mud and the bad smell, yikes.ReplyDelete
Second time he was with me in Braunschweig - we had 13 years of weekend relationship - he said, if his apartment floods again he will move in with me in Braunschweig.
I was "mean". I crossed my fingers for it and the water was so high it even went into the bathtub.
But we live togerther ever since. Something good in most bad.
A happy day for you, Bill. To no more flooding...
If we already have a pandemic, there's gonna be a flood. How much misery a human being can have at the same time.ReplyDelete
That is sad to have floodings, the world is changing rapidly and not for the best....ReplyDelete
That's a big concern...ReplyDelete
Hello, the floods are scary. Take care, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
It must be scary to see the water rising like that.ReplyDelete
Scary for those that live across the road from the river.ReplyDelete
Floods seem to have become normal events across the globe.ReplyDelete
Something else to worry about!ReplyDelete
Este año, también ha habido inundaciones, en algunos lugares de España, ocasionando bastante años en las poblaciones.ReplyDelete
Oh no... flooding is not a good thing.ReplyDelete
Not being able to travel is making me very nostalgic for Ireland. Luckily I have lots and lots of travel photos.ReplyDelete
Those sand bags look as if they've never been flooded...so perhaps they were set out and then the water didn't make it that far...I hope!ReplyDelete
...my SIL works for a local Highway Department and they have been filling sand bags to have on hand. Thanks Bill for stopping by, take care.ReplyDelete
Scary times for the business owner.ReplyDelete
It looks like a really wet day/days have passed by there Bill, I hope there's not much damage in the sign shop.ReplyDelete
Flooding is never nice.ReplyDelete
Difficult times ...ReplyDelete
God bless, Bill.
Flooding is so destructive and the clean up is heartbreaking ☕ReplyDelete
Flooding is another disaster. Hope the sandbags kept the water out of the shop, but they often do not.ReplyDelete
That river is pretty close to the businesses. I'd think flooding would happen quite often.ReplyDelete
Water... we can't live without it, but we certainly don't want too much of it.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh that's a wee bit scary Bill, let's hope it doesn't flood too often!ReplyDelete
that's bad if such a flood comes hopefully everything went well!ReplyDelete
Is that then from rainwater? Or out of the mountains?ReplyDelete
I'm sure having a river that close is a little stressful when it starts to rise.ReplyDelete
Our yard where we used to live flooded a lot during our rainy season and hurricanes. Thank goodness the house sat on a slope, the water never quite made it to the house.ReplyDelete
It seems there is a lot of flooding everywhere. It rained a lot here lately when there were tornadoes nearby. My accuweather app now tells me there is a flood watch in Nashville, Tennessee, today until 8 pm. Luckily I live about 5 miles from the river. But there is now a lovely sun, maybe it will dry everything up fast.ReplyDelete
It hasn't rained here for a month except for a few drops. At the beginning of the summer and already worrisome.ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos Bill. I hope they don't get floods too often. Ugh.ReplyDelete
Flooding is no fun but I do love a riverReplyDelete
On second thought, I think I'll take the high road. :-)ReplyDelete
Umas fotografias muito bem captadas.
De um mestre.
Uma abençoada semana.
Oh no flooding. Water does so much damage!ReplyDelete
Flooding is no good. Hope all is well.ReplyDelete
Leaves behind a dampness that takes long to go.ReplyDelete
Bill - not much margin for error here - the river does not have to rise far for flooding. Hopefully there was not much damage!ReplyDelete
That's certainly the down side of a nice river view.ReplyDelete
Not good to see floods.ReplyDelete
I also love to smell the grasses.