Monday Washing

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 (unless I come across another one) this is again from Venice and one of my favourites. This building definitely needs to be re-rendered.

I once posted this in black and white

Monday Washing

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. This week we are back in Venice, Italy. I like how the darks and lights are hung up separately, but why would you hang a t-shirt in the middle like that? Surely you end up with peg marks? And one slip and the laundry hits the water!

I think this one will appeal to Andrew’s idiosyncrasies.

Monday Washing

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. This week we are back in Venice, Italy with a slightly camouflaged pink sheet against a pink house. But if you look carefully you will see some more hanging out on the left and obvious washing lines, sans washing, on the right.

What struck me about this image is how tall those aerials are! (And that the houses are pink, altogether suitable for this month, but very much a coincidence).

Monday Washing

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. This week we are still in Lisbon, Portugal. It must be quite an effort pegging out sheets through those windows, I wonder how many pegs fall to the ground? And Andrew is not going to be happy about the way this laundry has been hung.