Lines of San Pedro, for Cee’s Challenge.


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,

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or walking around the back streets of the town.

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Lines of washing are very plentiful,

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as are the wooden picket fences of different hues.

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There are extremely untidy power lines hanging around everywhere.

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I even found ‘Paradise’ hiding behind some of them. πŸ™‚

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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.

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95 comments on “Lines of San Pedro, for Cee’s Challenge.

  1. 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. πŸ™‚

  2. That was great fun! There’s something simply charming and quite beautiful about colorful laundry hanging out in the sunshine and fresh air.

      • You are very welcome hon and I am sure glad to hear that. I know I am glad to read your beautiful posts again. πŸ™‚ *hugs*

  3. 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 πŸ˜€

  4. 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.

    • 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? πŸ˜€

      • 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.

  5. Nice, uhm lines AD πŸ˜‰
    I could do with the one running towards the open sea! Think i need to get to the coast some or other time!

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