i dont like ur site
Well, there's gazillion other nice sites.
That's a very interesting comment but it's not really a productive, Annonymos. Please state what you dislike about the site, so we can improve?
Beautiful capture indeed Meg, well spotted! I love photographing laundry and pegs, but not too many in the big city left... Cheers!
Lachezar, I went to this weaving workshop in Parapraumu two years ago, and there were lots of other classes and kind of well-known textile craft teachers from Oz, US and Canada. They all had a lunch time slide presentation of their recent works, but this one woman, Aussie, I think, showed her works very briefly, and then the rest of her allotted time, she just showed us "laundry hanging outside" from all over the world, and I mean, all over the world. Fascinating to look at, but almost freaky to see this artist speak so passionately about... someone else's washing!
its been 2 years.. long timei loved the pict.c
Welcome back T.C. I hope you can start posting again.
I like your site:) There is nothing to change Ben&Meg..just keep posting! Check out our new Budapest quiz!
Cheers, Zsolt. I'm having one of the busiest weeks this year, and you're starting your quiz now? Gee, I'm really going to be deprived of sleep, aren't I!
Meg, I understand your fascination with the clothes pins. They look like they are alive. When I first looked I thought they were bugs or small birds.
Very interesting, aren't they? I've never been fascinated by clothes pins before, but they were ... dancing!
Great pegs, Megs - sorry I could not help myself. Kiwis must be one of the few left in the world that put their washing outside on a rotary clothes line. At least they are contempary art without the clothes.By the way, YOUR SITE IS BRILLIANT - always will be judging by the photos back to the beginning of the post.Lesley Expat Kiwi
Hey, Lesley, I was wondering what you've been up to! Washing lines are fun, aren't they?
Busy week at work, Meg - too tired to use the computer much of an evening. (I think you may be able to relate to that.) Have been fascinated by Ben's ducks! Thought the 29 Oct post was great for a weave - water patterns were fabulous. Lesley Expat Kiwi
Thanks, Webradio. Sure can, Lesley. Hope you're taking a breather during the weekend.
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