Lens artist’s Photo Challenge #84: Narrow

 

Narrow is a prompt I should be able to get my head around!

When exploring new places, I love to take the small side streets, and I have found some narrow ones in my travels

in Spello, Italy

Spello, Umbria

in Warsaw

Scene in an alley

in Lisbon

and closer to home, in London:

Alone

and here’s a Narrow boat, on the Regents Canal

Linked to Lens artists at Patti’s here

 

42 comments

  1. What a gorgeous collection!

  2. You dealt with that challenge word very nicely, Sue. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. All good but that first one is just wonderful.

  4. A really like the second one. The contrast between dark and light center intensify the narrowness

  5. Spello looks beautiful, Sue, and I really like that first Warsaw photo. 🙂 🙂

  6. Excellent entries for the challenge! I love narrow alleyways, especially in hilly European towns. Thanks for sharing these beauties!

  7. Well done Sue, loved your opener especially

  8. Great collection, Sue. I like how you focused on the streets.

  9. Well done, Sue. You nailed it. 😃

  10. Excellent gallery of narrows Sue 🙂

  11. I’d love to wander down these – especially the top one.

  12. A lovely, lovely gallery, Sue! The Spello one is just the place I would like to walk right now!

  13. Great vertical shots, Sue. They really give you a sense of place.

  14. What lovely photos that really brought me into the heart of these amazing places.

  15. poppytumpno4

    Looks like there could be a virtual crush in Spello Sue with us all wanting to be there . right. now .
    Great selection Sue !

  16. Perfect answers to the challenge. And lovely photos. Cool that you included some from your own “neighbourhood”.

  17. Amy

    A beautiful narrow selections, Sue! Thank you for joining in. 🙂
    Love to have your post link here: https://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2020/02/19/cees-bw-photo-challenge-bicycles/

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