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Stairways to…

2012/12/23

I like stairs. Or more precisely: I like old, worn stairs which you find, for instance, in old churches, castles and factories – and in nature. I like them of several reasons: They have texture. They tell a story of people who have worked and lived – and walked – here before me. And they are mysterious and invite me to walk at them to find out where they are leading to…

Nant Gwernol, Wales, United Kingdom.

Nant Gwernol, Wales, United Kingdom.

Visby, Gotland, Sweden.

Visby, Gotland, Sweden.

Llanberis, Wales, United Kingdom.

Llanberis, Wales, United Kingdom.

Harlech Castle, Wales, United Kingdom.

Harlech Castle, Wales, United Kingdom.

Castel y Bere, Wales, United Kingdom.

Castel y Bere, Wales, United Kingdom.

Ronda, Andalusia, Spain.

Ronda, Andalusia, Spain.

Wallerstein, Germany.

Wallerstein, Germany.

Sukkertoppen, Denmark.

Sukkertoppen, Denmark.

Cader Idris, Wales, United Kingdom.

Cader Idris, Wales, United Kingdom.

Stairs not always lead to heaven. But often they bring you a little bit closer to heaven – if you choose the right direction!

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6 Comments
  1. Very interesting!!!

  2. natuglen permalink

    Very creative photos – great framing

  3. love these…and you are right…stairs may not always lead us to heaven. 🙂

    • Thank you, I am glad that you like these photos. When you think about it, you realize, that sometimes stairways are a dead end.

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