Laundry around the world
Clotheslines are a part of the scenery from Europe to North Africa to Southeast Asia.
White sheets, red lanterns and ducks dot the scenery in Fenghuang, China.
Laundry adds to the riot of color in Bijapur, India.
Contrasting colors in Pondicherry, India.
A string of small garments in Pondicherry, India.
Laundry lines provide a spot of shade in Badami, India.
Canvas sneakers in San Gimignano, Italy.
Laundry in Burano, Italy, echoes the hues of the buildings.
A monochromatic line in San Gimignano, Italy.
Above the canals of Venice.
Laundry goes public above a busy square in Cinque Terre, Italy.
Laundry with a view in Sapa, Vietnam.
Bright colors in Danau Toba, Indonesia.
Lines on the shores of Danau Toba, Indonesia.
Separating colors in Aswan, Egypt.
Laundry against crenelated walls in Essaouira, Morocco.
Clothing set to dry above water at Inle Lake, Burma.
Lines in a breeze in Lisbon, Portugal.
Camouflaged hangings in Porto, Portugal.
Following the line (Post Magazine, May 9, 2010)
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