Photo Challenge: How to See Narrow in Wide Open Spaces

This week’s Daily Post’s photo challenge is Narrow. Being somewhat claustrophobic, I generally like wide open spaces. However, in those wide open spaces there is also many narrow things.

Such as:

stone stairway

A narrow stone stairway in the beautiful Letchworth State Park in New York.

cabinet handers

New, narrow cabinet handles we added during our weekend kitchen makeover.

Natural waterslide

A narrow, natural water slide in Ohiopyle State Park in Pennsylvania.

tall trees

The tall, narrow trees behind my son in the Allegheny National Forest in New York.

lookout in West Virginia

The long narrow bridge to the outlook at Cooper’s Rock State Park in West Virginia.

So, don’t let claustrophobia keep you from enjoying the narrow things in life 🙂

 

 

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  5. Kim says:

    Love this post — especially the shot from Coopers Rock…despite being an Aussie, I once lived in Morgantown WV, and Coopers was visited often. All the best to you from Brisbane, Australia. 🙂

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