a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Strange plants growing there.
You wonder who left it.
Gostei do contraste.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
It probably belongs to the tall grass nearby.God bless.
Funny. My Mum used to say, take a brolly and it will not rain.
Hope somebody gets to use it.
Looks like somebody was throwing shade. :)
Odd place to leave an umbrella. Take care, enjoy your day and happy weekend!
...from the look of the weather on your sidebar an umbrella is a necessary thing to have.
It looks like it's still good to use. Somebody must have been in a hurry to do something.
What's the name of the plants?
I have no idea.
Such an unusual sighting!
Looks like someone put that umbrella there and just walked away. It must have stopped raining. ;-)
: ) You find the most intriguing objects
Some people forget.
Someone's going to be wondering where their umbrella is!
look nice umbrella.... love its color.great captured
Someone will soon have a new umbrella, Bill.
Nailed to the grass, contrasting blue and white colors with greens.Happy weekend.Best regards.
Alguien se lo ha dejado olvidado. tiene un color bonito. Seguro que alguien lo estará buscando.Feliz fin de semana.
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Maybe putting it there to save it for a rainy day?!
Maybe it stopped raining and they didn't want to carry it. Put it there for the return trip home. I've done that before!
A nice bright colour, looks like a golf umbrella
Marking the route :)
Hmmm...someone feeling optimistic?
Gostei do post.Lindo contraste!Tenha um bom fim de semana.Um abraço.
That looks a pretty blue. Is that an odd place to leave it, the umb rella!
Bella imagen te mando un beso.
You never know what unusual photo opps you will find and this was one of those, Bill.
umbrella is in good condition...beautiful shot
Maybe someone forgot it..
Isn't it amazing the stuff people dump in the most random of places! Always a good photo opportunity isn't it :-D
Uma imagem curiosa! Gostei imenso!Abraço!Ana
Uma imagem curiosa! Adorei ver!Um grande abraço!Ana