Photo Challenge

Kel at the X facta issued a photo challengeTake a photograph using the word “wash” as a prompt.

I wanted to take something new, but it’s been a rather hectic week.  It’s also been a rainy week, not conducive to hanging the laundry out to dry.  There are, of course, other things that can be washed, but I’m partial to laundry when taking photographs of things that involve “wash.”

I do have quite a collection of laundry photos.  All I had to do was pick one.  Here it is:

The laundry room in the apartment building we lived in while M was on sabbatical.

Another view.

What I really wanted to post were some photos I took while going through a car wash.  Either they were really bad and I deleted them, or I’m more disorganized than I thought.  Whatever the case, I was unable to find them.


3 Comments on “Photo Challenge”

  1. kel says:

    those silver slinky things are intriguing
    makes me think of little spacemen coming in to do their washing, but really i know they are venting ducts

    and of course I spotted the recycled plaster bucket being used as a pot-plant holder – we have plenty of those buckets around our building site, they are very handy!

    thanks for playing the xfacta photo challenge!

    oh, and i’d love to see a photo from inside a car wash 🙂
    maybe a future post?

  2. Marcia says:

    Those dryers look like microwaves!

  3. ybonesy says:

    I love these photos. The checkered floor and the multiple washers—well, it’s a great combination. Not to mention, I have this thing about laundromats. I rarely use them now, but this past spring something happened to ours—I can’t remember now—and I had to do a week’s worth of laundry at the laundromat. I loved hanging out there. It even inspired a not-very-good poem on my part: http://redravine.wordpress.com/2008/04/14/sunday/


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