Hmm, I don't. Whatever I was thinking of, I'm pretty sure it wasn't Durin's Crown in Mirrormere -- I definitely had the image of looking upwards from the depths of a narrow defile. I think it might have been something by another writer entirely!Anyway. Well done both of you.
I think it's Harebrain's turn.
I was! Brilliant work, Py. (And sorry, JRRT, that's just not credible.)Ah; were you thinking of the passing of Aragorn and the Grey Company through the Paths of the Dead in RotK?
...a road between sheer cliffs, knife-edged against the sky far above. So deep and narrow was that chasm that the sky was dark, and in it small stars glinted. Yet as Gimli after learned it was still two hours ere sunset of the day on which they had set out from Dunharrow;
Lotr: ROTK: Book V: Ch.2: The Passing of the Grey Company