A collection of outdoor stairways from around the world.
These stairs in the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden remind me of ruined pyramids. Too many stairs to climb at Angkor Wat, Cambodia. An exterior spiral staircase at the Centro Niemeyer Art Gallery in Aviles, Spain. A stairway detail of an apartment building with murals in Malaka, Malaysia. Wind-blown sand almost obscures this gentle stairway in the Belgian Dunes. Buddhist monks climbing stairs in Yangon, Myanmar. Stone stairway up to Dead Horse Point in Utah, USA. Dragon-dog staircase at the Emperor Khai Dinh Royal Tomb in Hue, Vietnam. Fairy-tale stairs along the guard wall surrounding the Amber Fort and Palace near Jaipur in India. A spiral staircase leading up to a rusted crane in NDSM, an industrial area across the river from downtown Amsterdam, Holland. Overgrown stairs in Glenveagh National Park, Ireland. Wooden stairways take you all though the Pacific Rim Rain Forest Trail on Vancouver Island, Canada. Endless stairs on a walk through the Yorkshire Dales near Malham, England. More on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Outdoor Ways to Move Up or Down.