TOUCH

This week’s theme from Debbie for One Word Sunday is TOUCH

So I’m out for the constitutional on Friday afternoon and pass this laneway. I’ve never wandered down – because I’d hate the climb back up!

Eureka Moment!!!

I can TOUCH both sides!

OK … maybe a BIT of a stretch for this week’s theme but it sent me trawling through my photos again – looking for those gorgeous narrow alleys and lanes that catch our eye when we’re away.

So here’s a few more samples where we can TOUCH both sides (had to repeat it there just to drive home the point!!!)

Chefchaouen in Morocco

Matera, Italy

Nizwa, Oman

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Main Street, Placencia, Belize  – at 4 feet wide it is, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the narrowest main street in the world.

Link to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s  here

25 thoughts on “TOUCH

  1. Lovely narrow spaces, Marie. (And I very often try to stretch the theme 😊 )
    I really like the blue in your Moroccan photo.

  2. I love little lanes like these – so enticing! And great to meet someone else who has been to Nizwa 🙂 I loved it there, it was so photogenic!!

    1. I love it!!! And of course, I’m going through the same photos week on week but never see anything until I’m actually LOOKING!

  3. P.S. I often get sunny days in Dublin, my birthplace!!!
    I have a narrow lane photo from Belfast/

  4. It’s easy to get lost (in a good way) in the charming alleys of European towns and villages. Surprises often await around each bend, with restaurants and cute shops tucked in along many of the passages. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. Aiva 🙂 xxx

  5. I love the interpretation – and great accompanying photos. Glad you felt the need to ‘get the point home’! Similar places for me would be narrow walkway at Giant’s Causeway, York’s Snickleways, and the steep winding lanes of Robin Hood’s Bay and Mousehole.
    I look forward to future world travels with you. Marilyn X

    1. It’s on Killiney Hill – leading from some very fine houses down to the beach…can’t see South Dublin’s 19th century elite walking back up that hill though!!

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