Alphabet rhyme: N

My posts for the Blogging from A to Z in April Challenge 2016, here on Sue’s Trifles each consist of one line of a rhyme.  I am also aiming to provide an illustration.

Narrow gaps in and under breakwaters or groynes

Narrow gaps in and under breakwaters or groynes

N is for narrow.  Squeeze through if you’re able!

Sue’s Words and Pictures is also a participant in A to Z in April.

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3 thoughts on “Alphabet rhyme: N

  1. Not sure what that wooden contraption is in the photo, but it is interesting. I’m not very fond of trying to squeeze through any kind of narrow passage. I get very claustrophobic feeling when things are too close.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Tossing It Out

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      • Never heard the term groynes. We have breakwaters, but I’m not totally familiar with them. I guess I have seen some made from rocks or concrete, but I actually never gave them much thought. I learned something new today!

        Lee

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