Nicolino, Charlie, when I am reading your comments, I feel that Charlie and Rex are still around, very much alive because of our thoughts! :))
Thank you for reminding! I believe they met Chico, the most charming Dackel you can imagine. :)
hooaho, Barry, May
thank you very much, my friends!
Warmest regards, May
It's part of 'The Wild Atlantic Way', which is "the longest continuously marked coastal route in the world!" (I think!) It goes from Malin Head in Donegal to Kinsale in Cork, all along every little inlet and bay of the west coast of Ireland. It's sign posted 'WAW North' and 'WAW South', depending on which direction you are traveling in, for the full length of the route. These posts, by which my son Daniel is standing, are placed along the route too marking the name of the area. I have some more examples in the other photos beside this one. The W A W wavy line stands for Wild Atlantic Way. You'll definitely have to visit it on your next trip. ;-)
LIKE 222 for interesting and nice snap.
Greetings my friend Alan
This is an interesting old castle ruins. Nicely captured.
Happy to see you posting again. It's been some time since you last posted.
I missed seeing your nice photos and our conversations.
I hope you had a pleasant weekend.
Best wishes, Mike
Great photo Captain Peter.
All the best,
Thank you so much dear Sarah for your nice comments and especially
for the YSL. I really do appreciate them.
These Lilacs are growing on a large bush I planted about 10 years ago.
They are at the entrance to our driveway. They are so beautiful and
fragrant. I used a flash to brighten the blossoms.
Warmest wishes, Mike