For some reason the only photos with leading lines that I could find were all from Ireland. Here, then, in order of appearance, are a group of leading lines from Ireland.
All roads lead to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland.Inside the Guinness Storehouse a red escalator leads upwards. This lit-up line leads straight to Kelly’s Cellar, a popular Belfast pub in Ireland, UK.A rustic path leads upwards at Torr Head on the Coastal Causeway Route of Northern Ireland.The Dark Hedges of Game of Thrones fame.
Back to the Republic of Ireland and a stone path leading upwards at Malin Head and the most northerly point of that country.The wilder side of Glenveagh National Park.A traumatic climb up the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.A wooden path leads through the bog at Wicklow Gap, Ireland.More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Leading Lines.
Some great Irish lines!
I absolutely adore your last photo and Kelly’s line photo this week! Your photos were awe-inspiring 😀
I thought it was such fun that even in the dark you could find Kelly’s pub!