I have no idea why other people’s washing is so fascinating to humankind; nor perhaps should one enquire too deeply into the rhyme and reason of it. In scenic foreign places (i.e. not at home) it does have a certain art-installation allure. So here’s some Greek washing you haven’t seen, and coming up is more Greek washing that was hung out to dry in an earlier post. I thought is was worth a second airing. A washing line with a view of the Taygetos and the Gulf of Messenia. How uplifting must be the daily act of pegging out. (Not metaphorically of course).
copyright 2018 Tish Farrell
25 thoughts on “Remembrance Of Things Pink In Koroni”
I like pegging it out and watching it dry, with a good book. Trouble is, it’s usually in and out and in and out between showers here. 🙂 🙂 Love that second shot.
Yes there’s been a lot of in and outing. Best bit on sunny days is when the sheets come in filled with sunshine smell. Aaaah!
It takes a keen eye to notice such simple things while on holiday
🙂 or someone with a disposition to general nosiness 🙂
That is more like it but is not a way to keep friends 😀😀
No indeed. One has to be most covert 🙂
And you know what they say in my village, one has to choose their words carefully
That is a good piece of advice. I should mind it more often 🙂
The second shot is fabulous! Who doesn’t prefer hanging washing out in the breeze? It has that wonderful outdoors smell when you bring it in. I particularly like pegging out on days when I can hear (if not necessarily see) buzzards overhead.
A fine wash-day soundtrack 🙂
I’m not sure my pegs would be that colorful. But I do love sheets hung out to dry.
Or as Toto once sang….. ”Hold the line ….”
Great splash of colour, Tish!
Ooo, now I got my daily dosis of wash! Love it too.
Thanks, Ann-Christine 🙂
I think I actually said something similar in a previous post Tish. Why indeed are everyday chores so interesting when we travel?!?! I have a whole folder of laundry shots LOL. Loved yours 😊
I love that you have a whole folder of laundry shots, Tina 🙂
You can’t hang laundry here.
Of course, all your overhanging trees.
hee hee it is odd isn’t it, as we never photograph our own!
Well now you mention it…