A collection of stairs from around the world.
In Talpa we spotted a bright tiled stairway that we couldn’t resist dashing up.
Steps down to the playa after the Playa de las Cathedrales in northern Spain.
Multiple sets of stairs lead down to Bundi Fort’s step well.
Narrow stairway in Colorado’s Mesa Verde National Park.
The upstairs of the Sonneveld House in Rotterdam is reached by means of a spiral staircase; the treads covered in the original black non-slip rubber.
Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher has some fairly amazing stairs on the public trail.
The Atomium in Brussels is the 50s version of ‘space age’; a view of the staircase going down one of the molecular ‘bonds’.
A sunny day in Mandalay resulted in interesting shadows on this unusual tower in the Royal Palace Complex. The tower itself stood out from the rest of the buildings, with a spiral staircase that wound its way up to the viewing platform.
The stairs in Escher’s old school inspired many of his works. This large mural is at the Escher Museum in Den Haag.
Stairs to the beach at Le Treport, France. Stairs on the pyramid of Xochicalco near Cuernavaca in Mexico.
More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Stairs, Steps, Ladders
These are some wonderful stairs! And a lot of places! 🙂
When I was seven I planned my first trip around the world, and more or less have followed that dream ever since!
That is a childhood dream definitely worth following. 🙂 Wish you many more exciting travels!
This is a marvelous gallery for this week’s steps. WOW. 😀