Glenties, co. Donegal
They don't call it "the emerald isle" for nothing.
Hola! es un campo increíble, realmente precioso. Saludos
It is a lovely scene.
St. Patrick's favourite colour?
More like Field of Gold...lovely.hugsDonna
Ese color verde, está en su máxima expresión.
Siempre vuestro verde inmarcesible. Un buen lugar para llevarse tu rica pizza, con olla y todo, y acabar con ella.Buena semana, Bill.
The green field on your blog header is better :-)
Oh, I can´t wait for green! 0C at lunch-time is too cold for March...
The field of green is beautiful. Take care, have a great day!
Oh, I'm hoping we get some of that this spring, but it's been a dry one. Although, we have gotten more snow as of late.
...ah, the Emerald Isle.
So many different levels, it's beautiful.
The true color of Ireland!.. (How delays springtime!; ))
Not just green but emerald green!
It really does look like an emerald.
Lindo paisaje. Te mando un beso.
My father saw Ireland from a ship (on R&R from the war) and was supposed to disembark the next day. However, the war ended and when he woke they were heading home to the US. He said he remembered seeing green and it was so green it was like a haze. Diana
Clear skies in the beautiful picture. Happy Thursday Bill.
The green shows better with all the brown surrounding it.
Wild nice landscape!
Green As Can Be - Think Snow Mr BillCheers
Wonderful green for sure!
This is how I imagine Ireland to be.
Lovely. Looks as if spring has sprung.
Your photo certainly is an Irish spring with that bright green field.
Such a pretty scene.
Field of beauty.
Ahhhh...no words needed.
Soothing in the beyond and wild in the forefront!
And such a lovely shade of green too.Happy Friday, Bill!
Looks like some sheep or cows are needed.
Um cenário deslumbrante! Grande partilha, Bill! A Irlanda é lindíssima!AbraçoAna