a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Nice signs and that second one is a really nice one.
That looks like a very quiet place, I don't see any car on the road.
Hi Bill.Plates are sometimes fun and colorful.Greetings from Patricia.
Gostei destes olhares.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
The first sign about the children is essential. There are a lot wacky drivers out there.
Maybe the children are heading over for some pasta.
Nice signs Bill. Beautiful header photo too.
Like Farmer Market sign!
These are the essentials of the village. Great shots!
...I hope that the drivers slow down for the children. Thanks Bill for joining the parting, tale care and enjoy your day.
I wonder what those essential complements are? That intrigues me.
The first one is interesting to see in both languages.
Very clear and colourful signs.God bless.
Photo shoots are great
I hope you bought some of the "essentials".
Good to see signs in both Gaelic and English. I do love Farmer's Markets for all their fresh produce.
I haven't been to the farmers market here for a while.
Beautiful view out to sea, there. I came to your blog via John. Being 50% Irish, myself, I'm always intrigued.
Your photos enchant me.~~~~~~
The signals always focused on attracting attention. And those are very striking.
Se nota bien, de que hay un colegio muy cerca.
Nice your post
That street looks very quiet. I'm sure that is not always the case.
Both signs are very important!
Sinais maravilhosos Bill. Precisamos cada vez mais.
Like the children crossing sign.
Nice to see these signs, thanks Bill.All the best Jan
Lindos carteles me gusta el segundo te mando un beso
Sign of children crossing is important even road looks quiet!
I'm pleased English is included on the children's sign.
The children look like they did 50 years ago.