The title is not mine, it was suggested.
The photos were not taken by me, but I promised them back at the beginning of June.
Sure you know what a brazen hussy I am…. And the same guy was involved in that story too.
You might remember, I wrote about having a call from my friend Brian, while he was out walking one morning. He noticed something outside a house that made him think of me, so he phoned. Although it was a road he knew well and travelled almost daily when at home, he rarely passed there on foot. The road is narrow and with a lot of traffic so stopping in the car is not an option.
So what did he see…..
What a wonderful way to re-purpose those books that you are finished with and perhaps discover a few treasures that others leave outside your door!
The final photograph is the view of Dublin Bay from behind the book box, on a grey day. Taken from Baldoyle, it is looking southward.
Dublin Bay, on the east coast of Ireland, is curved like open arms ready to give a great big hug to all who visit! The bay is about 10 kilometres wide and stretches from Howth Head in the north to Dalkey Point in the south.
Thank you Brian, for the photos!
That book station is such a wonderful idea. We should do the same here in Hawaii.
Yes, it is wonderful and the most difficult part, would be making the box.
I already have dozens I could contribute. The book box is a good idea. Here in Utah there’s a group that collect books to donate to the prisons.
Alice, that is another good idea.
Love those tiny libraries, we have one in our neighborhood now.
I think it is a wonderful idea!
We have a “library” in our neighborhood that works on the same principle ~ borrow books or donate books. The shelves are always filled with great possibilities.
But the view isn’t quite so nice as at that book box!
I had never heard of it happening before, It is a wonderful idea whether at the kerbside or in a dedicated library.
A lovely idea! There is a coffee shop in Stockport which does the same thing.
I must open my eyes when I go out, 😉 maybe I am missing something! 😆
Brilliant idea. Cannot be done here for obvious reasons.
I doubt it would work near here either, not enough traffic past my door and out at the road, it would be vandalised and the books burnt! 🙁
Almost looks like an inverted Cape Cod. Love aerial photography. Dianne
Yes, I never thought of that, Dianne.