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. And this weekend whilst searching through photos for next month’s squares I came across another washing line in Cornwall.
Multi-coloured pegs in use here and I can’t help thinking that wall badly needs rendering. In fact it is very reminiscent of the Venice described by Andrew today!
15 thoughts on “Monday Washing”
A street with character!
A back street in the fishing village of Newlyn. No matter where you go it is always good to wander away from the main bits.
That is brilliant…nice bit of shabby and the washing!
Not sure what I was photographing in this shot! The state of that wall probably. Water can be so destructive.
It certainly can
I think this series could run until 2025!
Best wishes, Pete. x
Not unless I go travelling, I am sure I don’t have any more!
Lots of character here. Great shot.
There’s something about that shot I find very appealing.
I’m intrigued by the contrast of the shiny white wall above, and decrepit stones below.
I think that the render below had been chipped off and was in the process of being repaired.
I shall have to visit, and check! (LOL, by the time that is allowed to happen, the entire wall will need repairing again.)
It’s all a bit decrepit but full of character.
Crikey Cornwall is competing with Portugal for walls that need rendering!
Gets quite damp here!
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