Often overlooked and taken for granted, roads are an integral part of life in Middle-Earth. They stretch across maps and through towns, making travel easier (and sometimes safer) for adventurers and merchants alike.
The major roads spanning across Middle-Earth are constructed of stone. They can be bricks laid neatly together in a row, or stones clustered together in a seemingly uneven fashion. These stone roads provide more stability for merchant carts than unpaved or muddy paths do.
Downtown Grand Rapids, MI (afternoon)
Ered Luin (afternoon)
San Francisco, CA (afternoon)
The Delving Fields, The Shire (dusk)
Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (afternoon)
Parth Aduial, Evendim (evening)
Gaslight Village, Grand Rapids, MI (afternoon)
Bree, Bree-Land (afternoon)
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