I offer three scenarios for this week’s challenge. Open any of the galleries by clicking on either of the pictures and get a closer view!
First off, we explore the Historic District of Madison, Indiana. The structures here date back as far as the 1850s and they all stand very, very close to one another. Residents, however, take advantage of the narrow spaces available between the houses and buildings making them as much a part of the scenery as the structures themselves.
Second up, our visits to Fujian Province in China. We were there on two separate trips in 2000 and 2005. Each trip occurred in the mid-Summer and it was very hot and humid both times. The long, narrow alleys and roads used shade and air flow to give some comfort for the inhabitants.
Our third view stop is the state parks in Indiana. We have walked many of these narrow trails through the woods and along the creeks over the years. You get enveloped by the environment on these walks. It gives us all a better appreciation of God’s creation.
See more interpretations of the ‘narrow’ theme at Sylvain Landry’s Photo Challenge: Narrow!