Stopped on the Tralee/Dingle road for a few moments late June, to capture the patchwork of farmers fields sweeping down to the Atlantic Ocean shoreline, formed by the zigzag lines of boundary trees & bushes.
Category: Irish man in the Middle East Tagged: Countryside, Dingle, farming, Fields, Ireland, postaday, Tralee, trees, Weekly Photo Challenge, Zig Zag, Zigzag
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Wow what a stunning countryside. Pops right off the screen.
Thank you Sue. Go visit Ireland sometime if you can. Lots of that type of scenery there. Plus lots more!
what a nice patchwork zig zagging across the countryside.
Thanks Daniel. Typical of much of rural Ireland.
Yep, Ireland in a nutshell.
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