In the Narrows

There can be liberation found in narrow confines, discovered more readily when one releases the desire for everything to be just so.

Take the alleyways of Chinatown in downtown Victoria, BC, where channels set in red brick and mortar squeeze between shops that hide from the bustling streets.

Within these shady passages one may find the oddities. A windowless window. An address that’s not quite full. A door without a knob.

Some things are just not perfect (like this featured knob less door photo which appears to have some stray hair in the frame).

Well, c’est la vie! It’s all still beautiful in its isness. Maybe a little more interesting because of it.

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