Sunday, September 21, 2008

Stairs to the Roof

20 comments:

willow said...

Reminds me of an M.C. Escher drawing!

somepinkflowers said...

you have such
an eye for capturing detail.

:-)

hope you are taking ~*TONS*~
of photos

where you
are

now...

M.Kate said...

wow...even the stairs is beautiful !!

carolyn said...

How wonderful, just like Willow it reminds me of an Escher or one of those tumbling block quilts.

Maria said...

Really interesting, looks like Escher!

Tracy said...

Yes, very like an Escher or a tumbling block quilt--my thoughts too! The stairs seem to go everywhere! Great shot, Elizabeth :o) Happy Days ((HUGS))

Sara said...

Wow, EM Escher stairs! Do you have to look carefully when you tread up and down them so you don't miss a step? I like them.

Barbara said...

Trying to get my head around this one.

Paz said...

Very interesting-looking. I like it!

Paz

Merisi said...

Exquisite stairway picture,
willow's right,
could be an Escher! ;-)
(My dentist in DC would have loved this photo, she has Escher posters on the ceiling, for her patients to have something to look up to.)

Greyscale Territory said...

I love the sense of fascinating illusion and twisted perspective in this! Beautiful!

Marja said...

Seen through a mirrow?
Came to say bye dear Elizabeth. I will miss you. I am leaving for a long time and came to give you lots of hugs. Take care and I hope you will stil be here when I am back

Kristen said...

The stairs can be tricky and uneven! cool shot. wish you could come by for tea!

natural attrill said...

Havent I walked up those stairs?
Penny.
x

Barrie said...

Years ago, we put an offer in on a house here in So Cal that had stairs up to the roof. Love the concept!

susanna said...

Oh wow... Willow is right, that reminds me of an M.C.Escher drawing, too.

Bridget said...

Fantastic ground! Upstairs or downstairs, both in a strange dream. Beautiful colors with the walls!

Merisi said...

Hi, Elizabeth,
hope everything's well!

LiLi M. said...

I love the colors and sphere of your blog.

In my grandmothers' house (she is not with us anymore, my aunt lives there now) is the same floor with coordinating edges. I always loved that floor!

Pam Warden Art said...

WOW!!! These stairs are phenomenal, but I can see me falling head first down them. Bumpity, bump!
Thanks for sharing all the cool pics.
Pam