A collection of towers from around the world.
The geese guardians of the tower of Mogrovejo were so vicious I didn’t get a chance to get up close, but much later, while walking on the outskirts of the village I turned around and there was the tower in all its glory! (Spain) The clock on the bell tower in Bruges, Belgium.In the Royal Palace Complex in Mandalay, this tower stood out from the rest of the buildings, with a spiral staircase that wound its way up to the viewing platform. (Myanmar)
Another spiral walkway up a tower; this one in Copenhagen Denmark. Curved walkway of the Rundetaarn (the Round Tower) in Copenhagen, Denmark.The setting sun turned the walls brilliant orange and created zigzag shadows from the spiralling stairs at Amber Fort, an UNESCO heritage sights near Jaipur, India. An orange wall with a blue water tower in Huatalco, Mexico. The ominous watchtower at Crumlin Road Gaol (Jail) in Belfast in Northern Ireland. Reflections on an unusual interlocking highrise tower in Hong Kong. We saw this one from the bus as we went by, but there are two interlocking towers of 40 plus stories, now called the Lippo Centre, designed by Paul Rudolph.The privileged guests of Trump Tower in Las Vegas (2009) got to look down upon a vacant lot, gray asphalt and broken wire fencing around it; a view was of someone else’s failed dream. (USA) A tower in the evening light in Rouen, France.Tower in Glasnevin, a historical Victorian Cemetery in Dublin, Ireland.Signal tower covered with slate tiles in Kinsale, Ireland.Wooden watchtower next to an old church in Hazelton, BC, Canada.More of the Tuesday Photo Challenge: Tower.
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So many places to see. So little time.