Lough Foyle, Moville, co. Donegal
Here's hoping that the students pass their grades at school and are able to get a job.
And that they stil have a future.
Let the day begin!
I hope they don't drop anything on the kids' heads. We need those bright young minds.
The students are brave walking so close to that work site. Take care, enjoy your day!
A very interesting photo capture!... In right time! Have a nice day, Bill~~~~
Excelente momento fotográfico.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Oh, I really love how this photo has so much to say. You really found a great shot! As they say, the sky is the limit, but there are limits and this might be the reality of it.
...I wonder how many students want a job like this?
Those workers have lots to do!!
Looks like a new facade.
A lot of work to do.
That would SO not be my job of choice!
The kids totally ignore the workers.
It looks like black was the dress choice of the day.
Interesting photo, Bill. 👍Happy Thursday!
Working still in a t-shirt?! Brrrr... School starts rather late when the sun is out already.
It is the new workers who pass by
Ya le llegará a los estudiantes, su hora de trabajar, cuando finalicen sus estudios.
Bill, I see you are up early in the morning to get photos like this. Everyone just starting their day. Good street photography.
Only the early Bill catches such a photo. ;-)
I'd rather be one of the kids. I LOVED school and do not like heights other than flying and rides at theme parks.
A nice capture Bill.All the best Jan
Such a busy crowd. Love the bustling side of a city life
Busy that day! Good photo :-D
Nice contrast between the worker and the students.
Nice colors, although most of the students are dressed in black.
My daily dose of Ireland. Thank you.
Genial imagen. Te mando un beso.
Never ending job doing that kind of work. Good capture.
I love that kids in the UK wear uniforms - it has so many benefits, in my view!
Some students will become workers one day
Mais um momento do quotidiano, muito bem apanhado!Um grande abraço!Ana