Monday’s Washing Lines

Linked to Andew’s Monday Washing Lines here.

I knew if I looked hard enough I’d find at least one and here it is. Inside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Croatia. I wonder if the washerwomen of 305 AD were hanging out their washing in the same way.

Inside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace, Split

11 thoughts on “Monday’s Washing Lines”

    1. Thank you. Sometimes one is in the right place at the right time. I was just amazed that there were people still living within these ancient walls. The continuity just bowled me over. I could have spent more time there immersed in the wonder of it all but there was so much to see on a short trip, we had to keep moving.

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  1. Thanks, Jo. I’m quite chuffed with it now. Finding a reason for showing some of the old photographs makes a big difference as well. We’ve got a return of the cold weather today, just when I’d got used to the sunshine.

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  2. It’s a lovely one, despite the things that you didn’t ‘see’ 🙂 🙂 Sometimes I see them afterwards too. Nothing like a fresh pair of eyes, which I know you don’t have. Sending hugs!

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    1. I missed that! I’m still learning to ‘see’ things. I’ve always been a bit of a snap first then see what you’ve got photographer.

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