Leading Lines from Around the World

A collection of leading lines from around the world.

First up was quick snap of the classic ‘tourist in front of the reflecting pool’ type shot… A quick snap of the classic ‘tourist in front of the reflecting pools’ type shot…then one of the Taj Mahal alone and its reflecting pool.The Taj Mahal in Agra, India just after sunriseA monk along the trail of our Inle Lake trek in Myanmar. A monk along the trail of our Inle Lake trek in MyanmarWooden boats being paddled down the Mekong River in VietnamWooden Boats on the Mekong RiverWharf leading to a pavilion on a beach in Pangkor, Malaysia. Wharf leading to a pavilion on a beach in Pangkor, MalaysiaLong pier leading to the horizon on our morning walk along the beach at Petit Fort Philippe, France. Long pier leading to the horizon on our morning walk along the beach at Petit Fort Philippe, FranceStreet lights at night on a street in Leeds, England. Street lights at night on a street in Leeds, EnglandNarrow alley in the city of Bilbao, Spain. 14SpBilbaoAlley0152wFrom an Argentinean bus window the view of a perfectly straight Incan road heads off into the distance. From an Argentinean bus window the view of a perfectly straight Incan roadThe pier at Llandudno in Wales. The pier at Llandudno in WalesThe boardwalk at Ed McGregor Park in Sooke on Vancouver Island, Canada. The Boardwalk at Ed McGregor Park in Sooke on Vancouver Island, CanadaThe Dark Hedges of the Game of Thrones fame in Antrim, Ireland.
The narrow road through an avenue of ancient beech trees, Dark Hedges in Ireland, UK is now famous for being featured on the Game of ThronesThe Thorvaldsen Museum of Sculptures features the work of a predominant Danish sculptor who also personally designed everything in this museum, including this richly coloured hallway of doorways leading through to a bust on a plinth (Copenhagen, Denmark).Richly coloured hallway with doors leading through to a bust on a plinthMore of the Friendly Friday Challenge: Leading Lines.

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