DescriptionThis picture is my tribute to the memories that the new generation are going to miss out on. The backyard clothes-line plays an integral part in many of my memories of childhood, feeling like a “big girl” helping my motherhang out washing, swinging on it with friends pretending it was a rocket-ship and tying toys to it just so the dog would run around in circles for hours, and that moment when I was old enough to do my own washing and wishing I could swing on it again like when I was young. The new generation of children in Australia are missing out on big backyards with clotheslines. Houses are being built bigger and closertogether, which means they have nowhere to play and are stuck inside with video-games. So this picture is my memory for them. Author: Cally Sharp, Australia
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