Monday Washing Lines: Italy, Lucca (2)

Another one from Lucca, this time we see a lady pegging out her washing high above the street:

Linked to Monday Washing lines at Andrew’s here


  1. I bet she’s lost a few over the years.

  2. This washing line series looks set to run forever! Well-spotted, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Any thought of Lucca makes me smile. )

  4. I always confuse my grandson’s name with Lucca (he is Luca). I have to double check when I send him a birthday card! BTW not sure if you can do anything about it, nor whether this is happening to other people or just me, but when I visit your site I always get the Privacy and Cookies notice at the bottom, despite agreeing on every occasion! Not happening on any other blog.

  5. It seems like she is a little late as the sun is about to set. She obviously likes blue. Lovely capture, Sue.

  6. A great view while hanging the washing!

  7. I have the same issue as Jude, with the notice, but it happens to me on a few blogs. Graham in Hawaii is the only one I can think of offhand 😦

  8. LOL, now that is a clever way to avoid using a line Sue! One wonders if it takes longer to dry hanging so close to the building. Great get!

  9. She is so focused – but I wonder if it is the washing she is concentrating on or whether her mind is somewhere else. I know my mind often drifts when doing every day tasks!

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