Dungloe, Co. Donegal
… and so beautiful!I love the quiet!Have a nice week ahead, Bill!
Much prettier than the sweaty, swearing young men who usually occupy such spaces. If all that seed germinates there'll be quite a show of dandelions there soon.
Not a soul insight.Those houses look lovely.
Ha Bill, mooi sportveld, Jammer dat het er nu verlaten bij lig.Groet Kees.
Looks like it is not used for some time now.
Yes, sad sight. It should be full with running youngsters playing with the ball.
The dandelions look ready to populate the Earth.
My thoughts too ... dandelions!!! God bless, Bill.
The field looks nice, but too empty for its actual purpose.
Hello, the field looks lonely, waiting for the players to come out.The bees must have been happy with all the dandelions. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!
Tardará un tiempo en que se puedan reanudar los entrenemientos de este deporte, es peligroso los contactos físicos entre los jugadores.Besos
...and the dandelions have gone to seed.
Hi Bill.Beautiful place to live Bill.Greetings from Patricia.
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The new normal.
Very Peaceful Mr BillCheers
It’s not looking good for sports this year,
So green Bill.. will need a bit of a trim before the next game is allowed ✨
I liked the way you played that--the pitch of the roofs, the "pitch" of the land, and of course the field. Looks like a lot of good salad greens there, although maybe past their prime since the dandelions have already bloomed. Nice photos.
the local pitch is well supplied with dandelions.
It looks like the dandelions are enjoying the peacefulness! :D
I love all those dandelions dotting the field.
Yes, it´s oh so quiet"... until, Bill! ;-)
Oh how peaceful! I love the flowers that are sprouting on them but I'm sure if these are used for sports those would have been absent there right? Happy new Week my friend Bill!
They would have been gone a few months ago.
I just realized how team sports teaches children how to work together, follow rules, and compete with others. If this isolation goes on much longer, these skills will need to be rejuvenated. Of course the adults may still remember how to to it! Maybe.
And not being used! I vote for normal times to come back! ;-))
All those weeds looks like it has been missing the matches
All is quiet here too, mostly. I love the pretty field and how the houses are on a hill so you can see all of them.
Waiting for the end of the lockdown.
It's empty and the Dandelions have taken overMB
Looks quiet. Very similar to the playgrounds and fields near me - no kids playing, laughing or even crying.
What is growing in the grass?
Eerily quiet …Lets hope the children (and adults) can come and play again soon.All the best Jan
That's a lot of dandelions and lots more for next year!
Everything here is empty, too.
Love the lush green.
It looks very big and very lonely.
Yes it's much the same here, they are talking about easing sports restrictions here next week once we go into level 2 on Thursday.
Looks dandelions take over the field and it would be a task to weed off all!
It looks a bit desolate
Dandelions sure can invade a space quickly!