Seen a long time ago, when I was in my early 20s on my first trip on a plane, to a Greek island….probably my first image of a washing line, and still one of my favourites. My mother even asked for a print…..
Look at that blistering midday sun…. very hot that year, 29 and 30C which I could cope with then but not ideal for getting about!
Linked to Monday Washing Lines at Andrew Petcher’s here
A lovely line – and dry in ten minutes flat no doubt.
A lovely vibrant washing line.
We always used to go at Spring Bank because it was too hot after that. Happy days! 🙂 🙂
Hmmm, good thinking!
So well composed, both by you and whoever composed the washing line contents 🙂
And, oh, thoughts of Greece!
Pleased you like it, Tish, and yes – thoughts of Greece…..
ooh I like this, I like it a lot 🙂
Your pic made me smile. Interesting how drying clothes naturally is not a common method in the US.
And it’s not so common in the UK, now….and we never dry stuff in the street!
Definitely the best in all of this challenge, Sue. My personal favourite!
Best wishes, Pete.
That is so typical. It could be a picture postcard of any part of Greece. I’m sure you treasure it.
I do, actually…one of my favourites from that trip
Lovely photo, Sue!
Thanks, Elke! Colourful, isn’t it?
A lovely photo, the tree is beautiful. This reminds me of washing clothes in an outside sink and hanging them up in a similar yard when we were in Kos in 1978.
This is just under a decade later….
This is beautiful, Sue, in its serenity, colors and light.
Thank you, Jane!
I love how colorful the homeowner’s clothing was. Here I am afraid you might find much less vibrancy.
Beautifully composed. My first trip on a plane was to a Greek island too, c1987.