Enjoy the great outdoors of nature and birds in particular.
What a beautiful place! Are they occupied now? Still privately owned?
Kilmore Quay. I have spent many a fraught day there it was a hotbed of republican intolerance.
Love the anchor!
That is a wonderful looking antique anchor. Like the added eyes on it to help hoist the anchor when it becomes wedged on the bottom. I've attached additional lines on an anchor for the same purpose.
Wonderful photo Margaret.Thanks so much for stopping by to visit at I'd Rather B Birdin' this week. It's always appreciated.
Hello, pretty place and images. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!
love that old anchor. all that rust gives it character. your biblical verse is very fitting as well. have a great day/ week...
I love the anchor, craftperson.
Hello Margaret!Again I saw something interesting with you.I am delighted you a great photographs.Anchor is fantastic.Have a nice week:)
An intriguing memorial. I love the old anchor.
Beautiful anchor. Have a great new week!
a nice memorial!! we see similar memorials here in this area because we are heavily populated with fishermen!!
Oh the twinning plaque there's another Brexit conundrum under the weight of history, very clever photos for this weekend!Wren x
Toss the anchor overboard--- let's slow those circles down. And yes--- the plaque does seem to have a bit of extra meaning these days.
love the texture of that old anchor :)
Wonderful verse, and perfectly illustrated!