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Axelborg II

I spent a few days in Copenhagen on the way over to the Faroe islands last month, and so I made a second trip to the Axelborg building. It was a huge contrast to my first visit. During my first … Continue reading

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Santa Justa spiral staircase

This staircase ascended from the Santa Justa lift and cost me €1.50 to go up it. From the top I had a viewing platform with an average view, and another set of similar stairs leading back down. The lift itself … Continue reading

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A secret stairway

Well, this is another year over. Where has it gone? I doubt I’m doing an end of year summary video this year – unless I somehow find the time and energy to do it tomorrow. So in place of that … Continue reading

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Into darkness

Here’s a set of stairs, with a little editing, that were taken at a great venue in Nara, Japan. Japan seems like it was so long ago now. This has been an awesome year for travel, and my quest to … Continue reading

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These are the entrance stairs to the beautiful Opera House in Paris. It really was an excellent location to visit and take photos, the architecture within here is stunning and I will be sure to return on my next photo … Continue reading

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I imagine that a high percentage of the people familiar with my work will be able to name where this one was taken. I also imagine that some will not. I am pretty sure that the overwhelming majority will simply … Continue reading

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Silver or Caesar

The left stairs lead to Silver Tower, and the right stairs lead to Caesar Tower. Where am I? More importantly, there is a door hidden in the shadow on the left, and behind that door is a toilet. This was … Continue reading

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