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That is making me dizzy!
Great photo. I've been looking for one of these for ages to take a picture but still haven't found one.
This is great! Happy WW!
That iron work is just lovely. I'd gladly take those stairs :-) XOX
Great staircase image.
Oh, that's a really long way down....
Love this Emm...super cool...the feeling of movement and mystery.. and the spiral of life..very cool.Kiki
Cool thanks Em, I'll check out the feed.Nice pic BTW ;)
You are an artist!
Rare photo of a staircaise! Love it.B xx
Wow, cool shot Emm and Happy St. Paddy's Day.
I want these stairs at my home! There's no place for them here, but this is another subject. :) It's such a good shot, Emm!
Very nice, Emm. I would love to find a place where I could take a picture like that.
Getting vertigo! :) I hope you don't have to climb that every day.
@ Momstart: I think it is just the angle of the photo as it wasn't too high!@ John: I wasn't even expecting it but I saw it and knew I had to sneak a photo! It is inside St George's Hall in Liverpool.@ Betherann: Thank you!@ JaPRA: Heh. I often take stairs but I was definitely taking the lift that day!@ Beth & A Good Moroccan: Thank you!@ Claire: Oh, it's not as high as it looks!!@ Kiki: Thanks sweets!@ Lost: Pleasure and thanks!@ Dee Trubshaw: Awww, thanks Ma! So happy you finally figured out how to make comments!@ Betty: Thank you! I should take more photos indoors!@ Lauren: Thank you and happy Paddy's day to you too!@ Fullet: :) Is your house on one level? Our houses in South Africa were too.@ Paul: I'd like to see one too as you do great photos.@ AVCr8teur: Oh, no, that was inside a grand old building in Liverpool.@ Sheila: It is strange, I get vertigo outside but not inside.
great picture! I like pictures that make you a little dizzy.
Did you start at the bottom?
@ Julia: Thank you! Have you deleted your blog again?@ Morten: Ha! No, I didn't. I was working that day and did not have time to take the stairs!
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