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From the Castle of Prague. Click for larger version.
Hard to keep the laundry clean when it’s dragging on the ground …
Perhaps the wear is a larger problem than a little dust?
Why does others’ laundry look interesting when mine looks, well, like laundry. 🙁
I’m not the first to find a subject in laundry. Remember “Lady and the Tramp”?
Took me a minute to realize that you–and not the sheets and dainty underthings–were at the Castle. That’s a very well-swept and sunny laundry terrace. Much more picturesque than a deck in the woods with a couple of disreputable dogs playing hide and seek under the flapping towels. Ah well, the terrace is always sunnier on the other side of the world.
Yes, and that’s where your terrace is 🙂
I was at the castle. So was the laundry.
Light and composition are fine. And the laundry is able to stimulate the imagination ……….. 😉
My imagination is always ready for stimulation. 🙂
Why does your picture make me think of a scene in a Bertold Brecht’s play ? In any case this is a great image… stimulating the imagination (dixit Truels).
Well I don’t know Isa. I’ve never seen a Brecht play. Maybe I felt having too much of him during the German lessons in school.
I’m glad that I can stimulate my visitors imaginations.
What? Castles do not have dryers? Well, at least, their laundry is clean. 😉
Dryed in the wind and bleached by the sun. What do we need electric dryers for? Well, maybe in the wintertime….
I think that this display of laundry was meant to show ancient times’ way of living. It fits well in the picture of the old castle of the beautiful Prague. Don’t miss that place if when you visit Europe.
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