26 Apr BLOGME TENDAL DCXXIX: Evolution
One of the traditional, conventional or simply best known clotheslines option, was the rope tied at two points away from each other falling low to hung clothes up and it needed a stick (stake, rod, etc.) to lift the rope and have the clothes unfolded in the air, like the sails of a Noia sailboat ruled by a Corme’s captain.
This clothes-line has sticks but no ropes! Evolution.
There are bars, with tweezers and pendants from which the clothes hang.
There are sticks, like stakes, to hold the bars.
But nothing is what it seems, it is necessary to notice that:
The bars are fixed by staples at the end of each stake, but they ar mobiles.
And the tweezers don’t grab the clothes, but the one holding it.
A clothesline is a sign of evolution and imagination and adaptation. Ergo, a clothesline is economical. And modern