For this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, the topic chosen by Amy is narrow.
Water creates its own path through the narrowest of spaces, eventually eroding cracks and making them channels.
Below are images of California’s Stanislaus River from a narrow rapid to the narrowest of passages.
Below, a narrow section of waterfall cuts through Oregon’s greenery to the Umpqua River
San Francisco is home to many alleys, some with their own unique claim to fame.
Below is narrow Ross Alley, San Francisco’s oldest alley.
Two views through a narrow hole in a cactus pad.
Flying with as little separation as 18 inches (45.2 cm) at speeds of 450 to 500 mph (720 to 800 km/h) the margin for error for the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds is NARROW.
20 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Narrow”
Oh, a strong gallery, Paulie! Those planes are really dangerously close…
Thank you for visiting and for commenting. Yes that is a very NARROW gap between planes.
I love these river shots! These silky smooth water flows are incredibly beautiful.
The Thunderbirds, are way too narrow. Wow!!
Thank you Amy. Water in its many forms is one of my favorites.
As for the Thunderbirds, I’m in awe. I took my grandson to that air show and he got to meet and talk to one Major Carolyn Jensen, one of the Thunderbird pilots.
Major Carolyn Jensen, how cool!
Love those water shots Paulie, but those planes….WOW!!
Thank you Tina. One of the coolest parts of that show was that my grandson got to meet Major Carolyn Jensen, one of the Thunderbird pilots
Lovely photos especially the riders and the planes. Good choices for narrow.
Thank you Miriam for visiting and for your kind comments.
You’re welcome, Paulie.
Such a lovely gallery of narrow things. I love those photos of the rushing water.
Thank you for visiting and for the kind words.
Great shots, Paulie!
Thank you so much kind sir.
Wow. Outstanding. Excellent photos. Love the waters and the jets in particular. Well done.
Thank you John.
Nice series Paulie….great shots of the planes.
Thank you so much for visiting and commenting
I enjoyed all of these, but especially the water and the cactus. I tend to be drawn to nature more than cities. But those pilots are so talented!
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