A Word A Week Challenge – Lines

This week’s Word a Week challenge on A Word in Your Ear is Lines. Lines are found everywhere, straight and curvy, intersecting and converging. I tried to find a photo of people lined up for something but all I had are photos of crowds in general so here’s some of the lines I did find in the archives:

Hand hewn, Port Royal, Nova Scotia. A reproduction of Samuel de Champlain’s settlement in Annapolis Royal in 1605

Guard rail on the Empire State Building deck, New York City

Lines of light. Black Label Society performing in Halifax

Tudor York, England

Lines that tell the time. Historic Annapolis Royal’s Gardens

Scaffolding coming down post-Edinburgh Tattoo

Scaffolding coming down post-Edinburgh Tattoo

The Urbis building, built at the millenium, now housing a Football museum,  and the Victorian Corn Exchange housing designer shops

The Urbis building, built at the millenium, now housing a Football museum, and the Victorian Corn Exchange housing designer shops

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