Monday, December 12, 2011

Don't fence me in...

...in downtown Ocala!

23 comments:

Jack said...

Now, this is a little bit weird.

Olivier said...

un petit jardin dans la ville, pour personne tres tres mince

JDS said...

Nice shot! I have a "thing" for pictures of long narrow passageways, hallways, alleys. etc.

Memphis MOJO said...

Love the lines.

Randy said...

Nice perspective.

bfarr said...

Interesting, not hardly wide enough to walk thru.

Rajesh said...

Wow! what an place.

Jim Klenke said...

looks like it gets smaller as it goes back.

cieldequimper said...

Looks like an old European street!

Bibi said...

This looks like an American version of the Rue du Chat qui Peche (street of the Fisshing Cat), Paris' narrowest street.

Bergson said...

A surprising entry, the owner does not have to enlarge

brattcat said...

super perspective on this!

SRQ said...

This falls under the category 'What Were They Thinking?" Odd...but nice find.

Sharon said...

Don't you just love narrow passageways?

Cezar and Léia said...

Great shot, I love this perspective!ahhh the beautiful sunlight!
Léia

crocrodyl said...

Quite claustrophobic:) But I like it. It looks like the way to beautiful and secret garden:)

RedPat said...

What an odd little space! We often have similar spaces between homes in the older parts of downtown and there seem to be constant arguments over which house owns how much.

EG Wow said...

Somebody doesn't want trespassers, But you and I know that does not mean people with cameras, right?

That's a very narrow space between houses. It reminds me of many sub divisions here in Ontario.

Steffe said...

That is a bit odd. Looks like the gate is locked.

Halcyon said...

Interesting. Doesn't seem very Ocala-ish to me! :)

Francisca said...

That's certainly a claustrophobic space, but I like your POV. A bit of an odd place for a gate, but I'd guess the intention is to discourage entry to the back yard. Or is that FROM the back yard?

llandudnopictures said...

I feel squeezed!!

Small City Scenes said...

Very cool. MB

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