Narrow Suspension Bridge and Cinque Terre Trail

 says, “Every so often, though, I’m reminded of the magic of narrowness: how it forces the eye to focus on details and textures that would’ve been lost in a wide-open panorama.”

The photo below was taken at the Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver BC. The narrow suspension bridge is 140 metres (460 ft) long and 70 metres (230 ft) above the river. It was quite exciting to walk through the bridge.

Susp Bridge-Narrow

There is a long, narrow trail connect five towns (Cinque Terre) along the Liguria region of Italy. I took this photo while we were hiking between Manarola and Vernazza. We visited Cinque Terre twice in different times, enjoyed even more the second time.

CT Trail-Narrow

WPC: Narrow 

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87 thoughts on “Narrow Suspension Bridge and Cinque Terre Trail

  1. The narrow long bridge and passages were so gorgeous, Amy. The ladders and stairs on another post matched the excitement in my mind! Both such excellent photograph series. It was nice to catch up on a few posts today! 🙂

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  2. Both great choices Amy. Cinque Terra is one of my favorite trips ever. I think they’ve started seriously restricting the tourism there because of damage to the site. glad I saw it before that happened!

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