22 November, 2022

anchor

 down by Mooney's Boatyard in Killybegs


33 comments:

  1. The flags need not be afraid of blowing away. They are quite anchored.

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  2. Ahoy there me matey! Lolol
    Always wanted to say that...
    hughugs
    Donna

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  3. The anchor looks nice decorated with the flags. Take care, have a wonderful day!

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  4. So this is what happens to anchors when they retire. Cool photo to talk about.

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  5. Anchors make good tattoos. Heavy!!! You need muscles like Popeye.

    God bless.

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  6. I love those flags on that anchor.

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  7. I love this. It reminds me of Ukraine support with the colors.

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  8. There's always something beautiful about Anchors!

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  9. It always takes seeing something out of its element, to realize just how big they are.

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  10. Just imagine the ship that the anchor came from. It must have been a big one.

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  11. I just found an anchor in the street and brought it home- pic to come soon :-)

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  12. Foto maravilhosa meu querido amigo Bill.

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  13. A sleek looking anchor well decorated

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  14. This old anchor must have been made for a large ship, most impressive.

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  15. It looks nice decorated with the flags.

    All the best Jan

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  16. The anchor looks happy even though he retired.

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  17. I love how they have decorated it!

    Glad I came across your blog! Following now :)

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  18. That's a good big one, flagged off indefinitely.

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  19. I love anything to do with the water, including anchors ♥

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  20. That's one huge anchor but I do like the flags.

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  21. In the days when these anchors were used, I would have liked to have worked on those old ships..

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