a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Signs of the times.God bless.
There's a lot of things to do and no shortage of signs to help one get there.
Gostei de ver.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
How many signs can place on a corner..
Some signs are colorful and draw attention:) Enjor your day Bill:)
Lots of signs...do we really need all of them?
The first photo is difficult to read in one view and the contrast in the last one is really stunning. Good ones Bill.
I'd hate to be driving past the signs in the first shot trying to pick out one of them.
It would be hard to find the sign you need in the first picture if you're driving down the road, too many of them.
That is a lot of signs. Funny how they can pop up like that. Great to see those bouncy houses back in business.
So that's library in Gaelic.
A lot of signs and I see that the corner is near the port.
Let´s party! Guess the signs in the first pic came after that ;-)
Many signs on the top one.Hard to chose what to do where to go.
Biri parti veriyor, güzeldi.
Hi Bill.So many characters ;-))Greetings from Patricia.
Makes me homesick.
Giriíssimas!Um beijinho, Bill!Megy Maia🌰🌺🍀
Great collection of signs...and at least 2 of them I could read and understand!
That's a lot of signs to have to try to read in one spot.
That is a lot of signs to read at one time, Bill! I think you are going to be able to read Gaelic soon after living there for a bit.
Now that's a busy road sign location. An old guy like me would have to stop to read the signs.
Interesting signs, especially along the road. The one that grabbed my attention was the ferry sign.
Los carteles se amontonan a lo largo de la carretera y no sabes a cual mirar.Besos
Nice variety of signs there.
I'd have to stop the car to read all those signs. :)
Lindos carteles te mando un beso
Bingo sounds fun don't know about the bouncy castle though lol
Certainly a few to read there.
The last one sounds fun!
Uma fantástica série de imagens sobre o tema! Gostei de ver!AbraçoAna