Glenties, co. Donegal
I guess that rain always keeps people indoors - even in a rainy country like Ireland. Good luck to the Gaelic footballers.
A different sport.
Love the look of the street! Good luck to your team!hugsDonna
I like the photo, the atmosphere and the atmosphere, the perspective, the binding and above all that interesting football wait, I hope there is luck and I win.Best regards.
I just love how clean the street looks!
Pretty street scene, even in the rain! Good luck to the football team. Take care, have a wonderful week!
...you and the person in red look to be the only hearty souls out that day.
Wonderful! We have rain in the forecast. Lets hope it gets here.
It looks cold out there.God bless.
Quiet street... Light rain...Hug! 😊
Best of luck to your local football team. I like the calm look of the street with the wet sidewalk.
Looks a lot like it did here on Saturday morning.
Something to cheer about! Thank you for sharing this November photo. Aloha!
Only one person on the street? That is quiet!
Too miserable for many to be out on the street, Bill. Good luck to the team.
Nice rainy scene!
Bom domingo e bom início de semana. Foto maravilhosa, meu querido amigo Bill.
Quiet and chilly morning in the street
I love the festive bunting, Bill. Way to go, team!
I can't remember the last time I saw one of your streets so empty of cars and people. I don't like being out in the rain either though. I do like listening to it though.
Congratulations to the players.
the weather is full of dew...i like every moment in the morning. Have a nice day Bill
Best wishes for the game!
Poética foto. Te mando un beso.
We’ve had a lot of those days lately!
Beautiful place in the rainny season. Success for your blog ok
The street does look delightful and so very different from our streets in the city.
A damp day.
That's a nice street scene.All the best Jan
I hope your team wins. It's a wonderful scene!
Que ganhe o melhor e o jogo decorra em normalidade, sem rixas...Uma bela imagem da rua, com ares de festa! Adorei a imagem!Um grande abraço!Ana