Every week Cee has a number of challenges to test our photographic skills, and I have just the picture for this one!
This week we visited the village of Castletownshend in West Cork, the village mainly comprises of one long street, with a stately home at one end, running down a steep narrow hill to a castle at the other end, overlooking the bay. Nothing very unusual there, I hear you say, but wait… half way down the steep hill are two sycamore trees, smack bang in the middle of the road, and there have been two trees in this exact spot since the 1800s.
So, if you are driving at speed down this road, watch out, as you will have to ‘proceed with caution’ and make your way around the roundabout that has been on this road, many many years before roundabouts were even invented!
Linked to Cee’s Challenge