Saturday, 11 February 2017

Picture This #389 ~ Slopes And Stairs

Many thanks to Pat for hosting this week. An interesting theme, there should be a good variety of shots!! Took me a while to decide on my entries, as I found a lots of shots I could use!!

1) Stairs up a repeater-tower. Steep!!
Up The Tall Tower

2) Steps down the sloping ramparts of Maiden Castle, an iron-age fortress.
Over The Stile And Down The Steps

3) Classic fire-escapes. New York. 
Red & White

4) Stairs down the side of the Devil's Bridge Falls, Wales. 
More Steps



7 comments:

  1. Hi Mitch lovely banner you picked
    love your shots
    the devils bridge the fire escape from Maiden Castle all of them wow

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  2. Cool angle.

    Lovely winding path totbhe beach.

    Indeed they are - just right for skipping down to the neighbour.

    Beautiful and magical

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    1. Had to laugh at your second comment, Anders. It would be a long walk to the nearest beach, it's about 20 miles from there!! LOL. That white you can see is a ploughed field, the soil is very pale-coloured.

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    2. Yer welcum, Mitch matey. :) A slight slip of the finger :D

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  3. Hi, Mitch, nice variety of shots. The shapes and lines in your first make for a striking capture. How lovely it would be to walk the steps of Maiden Castle. I like how the cows (sheep?) pick up the white in the picture. Bright reds fascinate in your NY picture, and a far more peaceful view going down to Devil's Bridge Falls with sun on the ferns.

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  4. I do not know what a repeater tower is (too long away from GB) but it looks very interesting. Good steps from the iron age castle - welsh? Those fire escapes do have something special about them in New York, but I would not like to try one. Romantic steps from the falls. We also have a devils bridge in Switzerland, they seem to be everywhere.

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  5. Hi Mitch! What a nice set of photos for Pat's theme... I hope the fire-escapes will never be used... Very good angle of the stairs up that repeat tower... Love the two others...

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