Terrific orange, and wonderful touch of blu.
I'm back just on time to see this wonderful stairs - they might be front as well! I love this photo and I love staircases:)Have a great week!
I consider myself another staircase fan, this one is perfect for the building. I would be curious to know the name for that kind of rough plaster surface.
Awesome composition! Very well shot!
Well if they're as handsome as these stairs — and on a building this handsome — I can totally understand! Beautiful light and composition, Jacob!
Very pretty, looks southwestern or Southern European! Nice!
Great shot - the steps give me a sinking feeling! Do movie stars escape the paparazzi down these back stairs?
that's the way I am about fencesor anything with strong angles and linesthe light in this shot is extraordinary
Me too .. and the light/shadow is perfection... did Lois Anne hire a lighting crew?
@ Safe Leif - No...no movie stars...it's mostly CPA's and Financial Planners that use that exit, being chased, not by paparazzi but by the coppers.Heh. Heh.
Really nice! Glad you have shown us the back of the building.
Fabulous colors, now this is a lovely stairmaster.
Yes, I agree with JM. We don't get to see the back of many buildings! I need to get better at it too. And the staircase *is* a nice one.
la couleur de cette maison est superbethe colour of this home is superb
Great colours! I like also the roof above the porch!
And this is a beautiful staircase, well worth taking a photo of. I love the warm colours and the light just adds to that warmth. Thanks for your comments on my blog today. I did indeed laugh. Thistler's Mother...haha! :)
Is a fantastic photo: color, fantasy of forms, the part in shadow and the long flight of steps!:-)Beautiful shot, thanks!
It is looking like a mahal in Rajesthan of(India).SB Free Satellite TV
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