Searching through my archives I came across the photo which I know I shared before, but I thought it fitted this week’s lens-artist photo challenge well.
Well done and thank you to the lens-artist ladies for their 100th challenge:)
County Mayo, in the west of Ireland, is criss-crossed with numerous roads. It is estimated that the county council are responsible for over 6,200 km of roads — 136 km of national primary roads, 271 km of national secondary roads, 590 km of regional roads and 5,275 km of local roads. Many of these local roads are single track, narrow roads as in the photographs below.
Inspired by Lens artist weekly challenge – narrow
Wishing you all a Happy Winter Solstice. It was a grey day here today – so a photograph from the west coast from earlier in this week.
Joining in Wild Daffodil’s Window photo challenge this month and also giving you a little taster of a post to come on the little island of Inishbiggle, or in Irish Inis Bigil, off the west coast of Ireland.