I thought about a lot of different types of rows: rows of books, rows of vegetables or other crops, but in the end as I was sorting through old photos, I came across these from Venice. Venice is especially close to my heart because my grandfather came from there.
There are rows everywhere in the architecture: arches, pillars, columns, windows.
This is a detail from the Palazzo Santa Sofia, or Ca' d'Oro, which was being renovated when we saw it, and so it was unfortunately partially covered by tarpaulins. Built in 1428, it's hardly surprising that it needs renovation.
Above are arches and columns in the Doge's Palace
From the top of the Campanile, you have a very good view, not only of the rows of columns and arches in the Piazza San Marco, but also the rows of tables set out in the square, if you want to buy a refreshment at an extortionate price!
And here's another sort of row in Venice. It's a scan of an older picture we took about 15 years ago. Two rows of gondolas, one in each direction along a fairly narrow canal. Traffic congestion, Venetian style!