Spanish washing lines

Andrew, over at Have Bag Will Travel has been inviting us to share the washing lines we’ve enjoyed seeing on our travels in his Monday Washing Line series. I ran out of offerings weeks ago, so decided we should go to Spain to put this right. While we were there we thought we might as well catch up with the family, as already showcased in Becky’s TreeSquares.

My feature photo isn’t a washing line at all. But I thought fish hanging out to dry would set the tone for a holiday selection. The rest are far more workaday.


Thanks Andrew for a fun idea which has had lots of us happily hunting through our archives. Anything rather than get on with doing the washing.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

27 thoughts on “Spanish washing lines”

  1. I LOVE your exclusiv washing line! I also would wish to add my hundreds of washing line photos I gathered from Scotland to Portugal, including rural France, some Barcelona, Switzerland (have a ‘frozen washing’ one from high up in the mountains – it probably could only be taken off in spring next year!) – it’s a fascinating and wonderful and always colourful subject to point our lenses….

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    1. Isn’t frozen washing fun? I always like to imagine frozen trousers marching inside, waiting to be hung up. Yes, other people’s washing is endlessly fascinating.

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