Andrew of ‘Have Bag, Will Travel’ is running a weekly challenge all about photographs of washing lines. I knew I had a couple of rather lovely washing lines, but a look through my archives resulted in a few more. My final washing line comes from closer to home. This might please Andrew as the T-shirts are all pegged on one line and the jeans on the line behind. Not sure about the peg placement, though this is how I hang out my washing.
But a white-washed cottage with traditional sash windows and a picket fence might appease him.
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It won’t be too long before people are pegging out their own clothes in their own gardens to get these photos. 🙂 🙂
Best wishes, Pete. x
I have a rotary drier, not the same as a line.
That’s what we have too. Doesn’t get much use here though, with all the rain! x
My washing is flying around as I type, despite the grey clouds which are scudding by!
If I had hung anything out today, it would have had a good soaking, followed by being blown about five miles west! x
Rotary driers – dreadful things.
Not as aesthetically pleasing as a line I agree, but useful when you don’t have anything to hang a line from!
Looks like Monday morning blues.
Hmm. I can’t approve the T-shirts hung from the edges. You obviously like ironing 😉
I never iron (except pillowcases) but I peg on the seams at the side where you don’t notice any marks.
Nice cottage 🙂 🙂 I don’t have a line either, but one of those fold up metal things. Not really big enough for sheets but needs must.
Ah, yes, the clothes drier. I use them indoors too during wet weather, not great for sheets or duvet covers, but I have two which helps!
I only have a small rack, which doesn’t give the same effect, so I just have to enjoy yours. 🙂
I love your hues of breezy blues – I have had a series of billowy whites on my long line all day!
Nice study in blue and grey!
Very nicely done!
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