I love to hang my clothes out on the line. Not only is it environmentally friendly thing to do but the clothes smell so good afterwards. Happy Weekend to you!
yes i do the same right away when it's sunny , the clothes smell so good when drying outside ;) Like the lines in this pic !
nice view on the top, love the extra touch of exposed wires on the side. ^0^i wish you a happy weekend kaori!ps: happy to know there's a mika fan out there. ^0^
It does makes them smell good!
summer here as well
I hung out my clothes to dry today too, sooo lovely when the weather lets you do that, wherever you live!Lovely sky photo, I like the urban ones a lot :)
In my opinion, there' nothing more honest and real than clothes hanging out to dry. Nice detail photography indeed. Please have a wonderful start into the weekend.daily athens
Must agree with Babzy and arabesque: the inclusion of the electric lines makes for a good composition.An image like this was one of the first impressions I had of Japan coming into Tokyo from Narita International Airport. First was the vibrant summer green of rice paddies and tiled-roof farm houses around the airport. Next, the winding rice paddy glens nestled among wooded hills beyond Narita; a few bamboo groves; then, deeper into Chiba, scenes of laundry drying on second-story balconies, much like this photo of yours. Believe it or not, I think this is an archetypal scene of Japan. Just like geisha, Mount Fuji, sumo wrestlers, and Shibuya Crossing.
When we hang our clothes out in the summer, it's so hot, it bakes the clothes into stiff bricks!
I can see why because the sky is so blue and nice.
I was just doing the same yesterday!
Thanks everyone for the great comments! It seems like a lot of people hand their clothes outside ;DTall Gary, you've got that ride out of Narita down pat! That's exactly what we see on the Keisei Line heading into Tokyo ;-D
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