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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).

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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

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