02 February 2018

Clothelines

Overijssel

Het Kolkje en de Oudezijds Achterburgwal in Amsterdam,
photograph by 
George Hendrik Breitner, c. 1890-1900 (!!).

Savon de Marcel, by Amandine Piu







All these postcards have been sent by Heleen (the Netherlands).

I added them to Maria's Postcard for the Weekend. There is no theme this week.

10 comments:

  1. I love all those bright colors!

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    1. The clotheslines in the wind always put me in a good humour... :)

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  2. Thank you for posting, I am happy to see all arrived well and that they make you happy :-)

    (now it is time to quit the internet and to do my wash - alas the weather is too cold and wet to hang it at the clothelines outdoors, in winter I hang it inside - at the clotheline-rack at the door :-)

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    1. Yes, they did. It took a bit of time to upload them to the blog.
      It's raining here too, intermittently.

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  3. Hi Eva, These are some neat cards. It's nice to see getting the laundry done get some attention. :-) Love the 4th one ... kind of like a windsock you see around airports. Maybe better? Perhaps we could correlate wind speed with how high those pants fly?

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    1. I like postcards showing the daily life of people. Sometimes, they make me to connect more than buildings or landscapes.
      I guess you can study the wind too... but probably people is more interested in just having their pants dry! :D

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  4. Wonderful collection of a not-so-common topic :)

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  5. Oh wow! What a wonderful collection indeed. I love doing the laundry. It always makes me feel like I've accomplished something whenever I watch the clothes to dry :D

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    1. I guess that's the feeling :)

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