A collection of stairs from around the world.
Trail made up of sawn steps in a whole log in Avatar Grove near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island, Canada.Getting to and from the cliff dwelling called Balcony House in Mesa Verde was done via climbing ladders and steep narrow stairways and crawling through a long tunnel.The hexagonal stones of Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, UK form a natural stairway.The spiral staircase in the FOAM Photo Museum in Amsterdam, Holland.Stairs leading up to the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.The giant pyramid in Cholula is said to be the largest pyramid in the world (Mexico).Pastoral landscape with a lot of stairs (260 to be precise) on our Malham walk in the Yorkshire Dales of England.Stairs with shadows at a church/gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark.Up the stairs of the Parador de Santo Estevo was a permanent art exhibition that was a surprise bonus (Spain).
A stone staircase inside the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rouen leads up to a secret room (France).A building in Melaka where the buildings go on forever, and so do the murals and spiral staircases.
The most amazing pagoda in Myanmar, a country full of amazing pagodas, is the great Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon.Up the red stairs at Brussel’s Atomium (Belgium).More on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Stairs or Steps.
Great series! The red one is fabulous…Love the Mexican pyramid!
The red stairs gave me vertigo when I looked up at them!
Oh what a wonderful series of stairs for this week, Excellent gallery. 😀
So enjoyed the ones you chose for this series, especially the repeating spiral staircases in Melaka.
Great collection of stair photos!