Thursday, July 6, 2017

conversation

an early morning conversation in Carndonagh


28 comments:

  1. I like the colourful buildings!

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  2. They are very patriotic... dressed in green.

    That bar is such a good looking building!! :)

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  3. Never had a Guinness in a Persian bar. Sounds intriguing.

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  4. Nice all those colors on the facades. It also shows how much everything is indoors. Not much to see on the streets about the things behind those facades.

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  5. ...there's no missing this place!

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  6. Such a colourful street! Love it.

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  7. Hi Bill.

    I like this photo very much.
    So peaceful, everything is there.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  8. I wonder what local secrets they are gossiping about.

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  9. They have such a colorful background to frame their conversation.

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  10. Persian Bar sounds like a contradiction!

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  11. Super street scene Bill, you certainly can't miss the Persian Bar, although I'm sure those are Irish colours ☺

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  12. The Persian Bar is beautiful, Bill! And that green is my favourite colour! I love this scene, thank you so much for sharing it!

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  13. I'm not sure Persians really drink alcohol... but I do like the looks of this place!

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  14. Great shot, Bill! The Persian Bar looks intriguing!

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  15. The colors in this photo are not something I see in my small town. I adore them.

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  16. You live in a very blessed country. :-)

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  17. Great catch of lots of colors, including the people chatting.

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  18. Looks pretty.
    Will you show us something from inside?

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  19. I imagine that the interior is as colourful and charming!

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  20. Wonderfully cheerful! And, I always love seeing the hanging baskets on residences and businesses. So charming!

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  21. So colorful. Hard to see anything Persian about it.

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  22. Hmm. Persians, being Muslim, theoretically don't drink. I'd like to see the style inside.

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