Cee’s Black &White Photo Challenge: Steps. Indoors or Outdoors
Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Vertiginous
I’m going with Debbie’s alternate word Spiral so try not to get too dizzy or a case of vertigo. Just in case have a listen to a bit of Eric Clapton
The well worn stairs of our Paris apartment
Spiral stairs go round
Shiny and new so round you go.
A new spiral of life
A long process for art
Down the spiral stairs with a cascade of bubble lights
The One Word Sunday Photo Challenge from Debbie: Climb
Once you find the stairs
You have to climb just to see what you can see
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Stairs or Steps
A version of Stairway to Heaven that made people cry
The quote to inspire from Debbie at Travel with Intent
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step”
– Lao Tzu
Sometimes that step can be daunting.
Whether you look up
to see what could lay ahead.
perhaps to touch the stars.
Or look down
into the depths of darkness.
Making sure each step
is taken with care.
that step can one of light
showing the way.
Always try to take that step,
sometimes that step can be daunting.
This is an interesting challenge. I thought I had more photos to choose from to participate in Paula’s Black & White Sunday photo challenge.
The spiral stairs from below
The stairs to the bridge that are next to our favourite place to stay in Venice
Winding…..the theme for Paula’s Thursday Special
I immediately thought of the main idea within the challenge which in part mentions spiral stairs in a quote from Yeats.
The well worn stairs in the lighthouse at Cape Otway in Victoria Australia
The stairs in the apartment building we stayed in in Paris. Seven flights made sure you remembered everything before adventuring in Paris.
But also the winding that most photographers do with their tripods
and in the case of my old wine press, lots of winding to extract the lovely juices
But best of all was the many stairs we climbed to see the wonderful fall of the lights in the Grand Hyatt in South Korea – “….we measure our progress by the number of places where we were but no longer are…”
Which way? It is an old saying from the early explorers, latter day travelers to anyone who is lost.
Sometimes there is a sign that you could follow
Often the way to go on boardwalks is a matter of luck to where you may end up.
The stairs with the cascade of water droplet lights are such a marvelous sight in the Grand Hyatt in South Korea
bushboy photos for the Which Way photo challenge