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Very nice photo Emm!
I love old staircases
This is most definitely a staircase I would not want to move heavy furniture up!
Hi emm, I can't be on line often just becouse I was super busy these few days. Grert photo I like it!
Cool, I actually want something like this at out house. Would be an interesting finish. I like the spiral.
@ Phoenix: Thank you! I saw that and immediately knew I had to take it for Wordless Wednesday!@ Momstart: Me too and lately I can't seem to stop photographing them!@ Jennifer K: Hahaha - especially not in your condition. Fear not - this is in a castle and it is unlikely anyone will be moving furniture up there.@ Ellen: I know what you mean! I certainly need more hours in my day this year!@ Michelle: This one is pretty ancient! Perhaps 500 years old?
Very cool Emm...Fabulous shot!Kiki~
You're such a great staircase photographer. That's a compliment, I think. lol
Lovely shot!! :-)
I love this one! Well captured!!You are so talented!Thanks so much for your lovely comments, Emm.Betty xx
@ Kiki: Thnak you! I quite liked it myself.@ The Ancient Digger: Hee hee. I will take it as a compliment!@ Ash: Thank you...@ Betty: Thank you very much!
Is this a lighthouse? What a great shot!
What an amazing picture!!!
u got it perfect. nice shot
I actually have a thing for old houses, old buildings and old staircases! I like to imagine all the people that have come up and down on these steps. Awesome photo.
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I think I would be dizzy going up without having to look down. It's always fun to find staircases like this and photograph them without having anyone on them.
@ Jen: Hi! No, it is a turret in a castle.@ Katherine: Thank you! I just knew it had to be a WW shot!@ Momma Drama: Hi! And welcome! And thank you!@ Imelda: Thank you very much!@ ♥N: I think you would love joining me on some of my adventures then! I've been castle-hopping (as I like to call it) around England a couple of times.@ FishHawk: Thank you so much for this honour! You're so kind and I do appreciate it.@ AVCr8teur: We were quite lucky indeed! That old castle was full of school excursions that day!
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