One / 125

I was wandering around Graignuenarmanagh looking for interesting signs in gaelic script, when I saw this scene in front of me, a perfect ‘One’, I thought! (I got the gaelic signs later).

Advertisements

37 comments

  1. I love shots like this, Sue, of everyday life. Very nice.

  2. A perfect ‘one’ indeed. I used to love those shops that had ledges you could sit on!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Oh yes, a great “one” Sue
    Mind you, I think he could do with a few more steps and fewer ledges!

  4. Emilio Pasquale

    What makes this shot for me is the guy’s pot belly. I always enjoy seeing someone who has a larger one than me! 🙂

  5. You mean M. Doyle’s not Gaelic, Sue? 😦

  6. I like it, Sue I wonder how long it takes children to learn to spell the name of their city? 🙂

    janet

  7. The ‘perfect belly’ and ‘gold flake’ flanking the image – now that’s perfect.

  8. I like photos like this, it draws you right in – that shop would too!

  9. What a mouthful the name is. Must go ask Google for the pronunciation… Is one a series? Or a challenge? When were you in Ireland? As always you have captured a nice composition telling a story.

  10. Pingback: #gaelic signs – An Saoghal Gaidhlig aig Seòsaidh

Over to you...(by entering a comment, you agree to Wordpress collecting your name, email address and site URL)

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

The Wine Castles of Gironde

A redstuffdan Collection

wordsandimages

here, there and other places

Lost in Translation

Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds

Mexi Movie the Third

Colouring by touch : altering by thought : fed by feeding.

Traveling at Wits End

relax, center, and stretch your photographic skills. Namaste.

P.A. Moed

Creative Exploration in Words and Pictures

The life of B

Mainly through the lens of a Nikon

Warsaw 2018

city of cobblestones, brutal history, parkland, music, spring ... and twins

~ wander.essence ~

where travel meets art

Away from the Drawing Board

anneguygardendesigns

Reymon de Real Photography

Amateur photography by a professional Physical Therapist!

Being in Nature

Photos, words and art inspired by nature

grensgevallen

Een grens is een wens

Une photo, un poème

Déclenchez l'émotion....

Bergen Photo Walks

Guided walking tours of historic Bergen, Norway for photographers

3 little pears

photography.. art.. colour.. nature.. handmade...

Chateaux des Fleurs

Sharing a world of joy with photos and words

priorhouse blog

Photos, art - and a little bit of LIT.

Vicki A Alford - Photographer

"It’s never too late to become what you might have been."......................George Elliot

%d bloggers like this: