Nov 6 2013 Wordless Wednesday: A Real Basket Case Seen as we explored the back streets of Phuket in Thailand. 0.000000 0.000000 Share this:SharePinterestLinkedInTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
😆 your comments crack me up 🙂
Me too. 🙂
My husband would love this. He’s a freak for baskets. Cool shot, ad.
Thanks, Gemma. So your hubby is also a basket case? 😀
Of sorts. 🙂
Oh I would love to have a few baskets! Great capture!
Thanks, Lola. So many to choose from. 🙂
I love to have a few of these baskets 🙂
Me too, but there was no space in the cases. 😦
Great photo! More to come I hope!
Thanks so much. There are lots of Phuket photos dotted all over my blog posts. 🙂
My son traveled there and took some of the best photos of his career. I will have to look at your blog again and find them : )
Yes, basket case. Definitely 😀
And I love to read your comments. You have the perfect title to your Wordless photo! 🙂
Thanks, Marsha. 🙂
His wife has just sent him shopping ? 😉 xox
You could be right about that, Ralph. 🙂
come l’occhio attento può raccogliere scatti magnifici nel più normale quotidiano
as the keen eye may collect magnificent shots in more normal daily
Thanks so much, Ventis. 🙂
A great moment to capture!! Reminds me that balance in this world is possible!!
Thanks so much, Rebecca. 🙂
Thanks so much. 🙂
such lovely work AD, imagine all the hands working on those many different baskets!
Isn’t it just? Such a lot of talented people made these. 🙂
Good street shot!
Thanks so much, YC. 🙂
fabulous shot! kudos~
Thanks, Cindy. 🙂
LOL – Clever title for the image! )
Thanks, RoSy. My muse was with me. 🙂
I’m glad they’re baskets otherwise he might have fallen over. hehehe
Yes, but it must still have been quite a heavy load for him. I guess he’d got used to it though, like that poor donkey in my last week’s Wordless Wednesday. 🙂
I find that people in foreign countries have a fortitude about work. He was probably doing his optimum best. Great photo … the right time.
Yes, you’re right, Issy. One really has to admire their stoicism.
perfect title! looks like the load is heavy…someone was very busy! 🙂
Thanks, Heather. Yes, lots of basket workers in Phuket. 🙂
Lots of chuckles this morning! Thanks Sylvia. Lovely baskets though. I wouldn’t mind a few of them myself.
Thanks, Michelle. Glad I gave you a morning laugh. 🙂
You often do. Love your posts.
I’d call that a balancing act!
Yes, I guess it takes a bit of practice to walk with that ungainly load.
They are beautiful and hard to resist!
I know, but they don’t pack in suitcases very successfully. 😦
Holy baskets Batman!
Hehehe. That’s quite an expletive. 🙂
These types of Basket are really common in Asians Countries,especially in India people these basket or bags generally made of jute or cane.. 😀
Lovely Capture.. 😀
Thanks, Harsha. The basket work is so skilfully done. 🙂
Your post titles always crack me up. 😉 Great photo!
Hehehe. Thanks so much, Lisa. Always glad to give you a smile. 🙂
I love baskets… Wonderful photograph… At first I thought that you were in my country, because you can see something like that in here too. Thank you dear AD, love, nia
Thank you, Nia. Glad you enjoyed this. Love from Sylvia. xx
I must admit that after reading the title, I laughed when seeing the image.
Thanks, Frank. 😀
Perfectly balanced! 🙂
Yes, Madhu. Balance is the key. 🙂
I’m surprised he’s not carrying any on his head!
This is Asia, not Africa. 😀
Well, he could have used one as a hat instead of the cap that he’s wearing 😉
Thank God,it’s empty !!!
I’m sure he was thinking exactly the same thing, Praveena. 🙂
I can imagine him weaving in and out of traffic … 🙂
Oh, another very good one, Col. 😀
And I complain about the desk job
Yes, be careful what you wish for, Scott. 🙂
Beautiful play on words!!
Thanks, newsy. 🙂
At least they are empty 🙂
I’m sure he’s happy about that, Chris. 🙂
Those are a lot of baskets!! 🙂
Absolutely so, but he seemed to be managing very well. 🙂
Yes, he did. Kudos to him. 🙂
The only time I have seen this is when I watch “Amazing Race” LOL! Great capture!
Thanks so much, Laurie. 🙂