I once met a guy who had a goal of photographing every traditional red Royal Mail post box in Wales. I don't get it. But I have to say, they're photogenic when they have a strongly contrasting background and have recently been washed in a rainstorm.
One of the features of the Irish countryside are the long abandoned farmhouses, often with furniture inside, even pictures still hanging on the walls. This is the exterior of one from Valentia Island, off the coast of County Kerry. The title is adapted from the Van Morrison song 'Bright Side of the Road'.