Cee’s Fun Foto challenge this week is all about lines, and I have chosen a few pics I took whilst in San Pedro earlier this year. Belize seems to be full of lines, whether it’s looking out towards the azure sea,
or walking around the back streets of the town.
Lines of washing are very plentiful,
as are the wooden picket fences of different hues.
There are extremely untidy power lines hanging around everywhere.
I even found ‘Paradise’ hiding behind some of them. 🙂
Hope you enjoyed my lines of San Pedro. To see Cee’s great lines, and links to other bloggers’ interpretations of the theme, just click here.
There it is, that fascination with wash lines again! Love them! Isn’t it annoying when you’re trying to take pictures and all those power lines are in the way? That’s one of my biggest annoyances! But… I guess we all need electricity. It’s just too bad they have to be so unsightly. 🙂
Well the power lines just added more lines for the challenge. 😀
Beautiful lines and lots of washing there:-)
Thanks, Cocoa. Yes, it was a great place for laundry viewing. 🙂
Great photos for the challenge! Margie
Thanks so much, Margie.
Is Paradise an old movie theatre?
I got the impression from the advertising leaflets we were handed, that it’s a casino.
That was great fun! There’s something simply charming and quite beautiful about colorful laundry hanging out in the sunshine and fresh air.
Thanks, Jody. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Beautiful lines! I could jump into that azure blue sea right now 🙂
Thanks so much. Yes, it was really a lovely place to get wet. 🙂
You have a great line in lines! 🙂
Thanks, Col. 🙂
Really good choices!
I like the colours in some of them.
Thanks so much, Tilly.
Terrific views of the local scenes Sylvia! Very nicely done I enjoyed these!
Thanks, Phil. You’re forgiven. 🙂
Love these pics…I´m very delighted of all colors.
There were lines I’d never thought of! Love your responses to the challenge!
Thanks, Marsha. Glad you liked my lines. 🙂
that was so creative!
Thanks so much, sidey. 🙂
Thank you for sharing this trip with us….I have always wanted to see Belize. But those power lines have to go☺
Glad you enjoyed, Laurie. We’ll have to write to the ‘powers that be’ and get the power lines removed for your visit. 🙂
Great lines Sylvia
Thanks, Stefan. Have a lovely day. 🙂
Perfect! I like no. 3 with the lines of washing and the white picket fences 🙂
Thanks, Madhu. Yes that photo is typical of the houses we saw there.
Love the picket fences and the colours AD. Great post hon. 🙂 *hugs*
Thanks so much, Sonel. You’ve no idea how delighted i am that you’re back again. 🙂 *hugs*
You are very welcome hon and I am sure glad to hear that. I know I am glad to read your beautiful posts again. 🙂 *hugs*
LOVE these pics! Looks like a cool bit of culture. Those peeps need bikes though,golf carts? Nah,LOL! 😛
I losted yer email somehow my friend,at the end of this link you’ll find me 🙂
Thanks, Steve. There were also lots of bikes there. I’ll have to post some bike pics just for you. 🙂
😀 I feel important now,teeheehee 😛 TY 🙂
Beautiful lines and amazingly colourful! 😀
Glad you liked them, Dianne. 🙂
They certainly love to hang their washing out to dry on proper washlines, much better than over fences as I have seen in many poor areas.
So many golf carts 😀
That’s for sure, Chris. 🙂
Great lines Sylvia. 🙂
These are marvelous lines. Way cool!!!
Thanks so much, Cee. 🙂
Oddly enough I envy the clothes lines. Here, all to often, rain showers have me dashing out to rescue the stuff hung out on the line. There is just nothing quite like the fresh smell of towels and linens hung out to dry in the sun. The chemical attempts at imitating that fresh smell give me sneezing fits.
I also prefer to hang out my washing, but at our place in Florida, we aren’t allowed to do that. 😦
Yeah, we looked at a gated community out here one time…. way too many rules and such for our taste.
Hmmmm……I think you’re right about that. I was told by one member of my family over there, that it’s considered ‘lower class’ to peg out one’s washing in the USA. Is that correct? 😀
Much depends on where you are. I suspect that it’s part of the upper class wannabes (snobs). Then again there’s the environmentally aware segment who think it a badge of honor. We are far too diversified to fit any stereotypes like that.
Just as I suspected. 🙂 I won’t take it to heart.
Great pictures and I especially like the laundry hanging to dry!
Thanks, Meg. Laundry seemed to be the national flag. 😀
Nice line pictures! Everything looks so colorful and bright.
Thanks, Jessica. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
I love your pics for this challenge! Just beautiful!
Thanks, Zirkie. 🙂
Colourful little spot, Ad. No washing hanging out here- it’d freeze solid.
Thanks, Jo. I remember my frozen washing in England many years ago. 🙂
Different lines, indeed!
Thanks, Ann Christine. 🙂
Fabulous lines @AD 🙂
Thanks so much. 🙂
As, this is so fun! I love the lines of wash and power lines. Great post, again. 😀
Thanks so much, Gemma. 🙂
That second shot just really grabbed my attention….love them all though 🙂
Thanks, Suzanne. Yes, it grabbed my attention too. 😀
The colorful lines in the last one a very different approach to the challenge.
Great shots …
Thanks so much, Issy. 🙂
I love the first picture, it’s one of those Kodak moments for me 🙂
Thanks, TA. Glad you liked it. 🙂
The lines are everywhere! but I love the little turquoise and purple house with its wood carving and the shrine to Our Lady.
Yes, Gilly. Isn’t it charming? 🙂
Electrifying bright lines in all ways AD 🙂
Hehehe. Good comment, Poppy. 🙂
Those power lines give me the heebie jeebies!
Better not go to Phuket then Tandy. They’re even worse. 🙂
Thanks, Ann. 🙂
I love the shots. They are all so bright and colourful, even with washing hanging everywhere! lol hugs Paula xx
Thanks so much, Paula. 🙂
Nice, uhm lines AD 😉
I could do with the one running towards the open sea! Think i need to get to the coast some or other time!
Thanks, 68. I’m sure you must be in need of a holiday.
Awesome photos! 🙂
Thanks so much, Adrian. 🙂
Interesting to see how many lines one can actually spot!
That could keep you busy for quite a while, Frank. 🙂
Love your lines of lines, and other lines 🙂
Thanks so much. 🙂
I did enjoy your lines.. thank you…
Thanks, bdt. 🙂
should be washing time 🙂 I love those hanging washing lines… Thank you dear AD, love, nia
Thanks so much, nia. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Those cloth lines are great.
Glad you liked them. 🙂