a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Forbidden to spill.
...with such small equipment.
Neatly done too.
Nice man at work photo.
It will look good when finished.God bless.
Well, my back would be hurting I'm sure if I had to spend the day doing that. There is an art to it, I'm sure.
Send them over here, please, Bill! (Blogger has the hiccups again, it´s me, Iris....)
These two guys have much better painting skills than me.
Waw, Nice pict. Who is painted the road lines? is you?
No, it's not me. The workers are part of the resurfacing road crew.
They must feel a sense of accomplishment every time they drive over that road!
Great job!Also great to have a job:))))
Quite a process.
very important project
That was fast work, Bill.
Hard at work.
Interesting process of painting lines.
If it's anything like here, that lovely new tarmac will be dug up for something in the next few weeks or months! :D
That was fast. Road work is hard work.
No matter where you live, the roads always seem to need to be filled up.
I've always loved the new look of those lines Bill :) Happy new week.
Line drawing is more hard work than paving the road.
They've been working hard. Seems like lots of roads and parking lots are getting repaved and relined around here too.
I've never thought of painting lines on a street as back breaking work... until I saw this photo! :)
An important job! Your City Hall is careful! A hug, dear friend.
Genial foto, te mando un beso.
Well done guys!
Wouldn't know it was the same road/spot. They are at least working and not leaning on a shovel :)
Gostei de ver! Excelente momento!AbraçoAna
They are finishing it up quickly!
I don't think I'd like that job!
They have done well ...All the best Jan
Trabalho maravilhoso e perfeito. Grande abraço carioca meu querido amigo Bill.