This looks really interesting, it would be a good exercise to climb up and down all those steps! :)God bless you!Cezar
Love all those stairs. Gotta wonder where they all lead to. Nice composition, JM, and the colors are superb!
That's really pretty, and unusual.
I love these stairs and the colorful building!! Wonderful and different! Terrific shot as always, JM! Hope you've had a great weekend!
beautiful railings and beautiful yellow walls!
That is quite a network of stars and they are so beautifully trimmed. For some reason it made me think of the time I had to use the fire escape at a theatre in Chicago when the fire alarm went off. Metal fire escapes are not so easy to use in the Chicago winter, in high heels and a long skirt.
Oh my gosh JM if this is the back entrance I can only imagine what the front must look like, love the lacy black wrought iron work on the stairs.
nice facade for the back of the premises.... its kept in tip top conditionanother lovely angle you captured with this image
Love the symmetry in this shot! And the lemon walls.
Beautiful composition and colors, well done!
Another wonderful image... well spotted and composed.
I really like that yellow wall and all those stairs are so pretty! I wouldn't want to have to walk up them every day though.
Clearly necessary for safety but quite nice anyway: the add something charming to the façade.
Terrific. I don't remember seeing back stairs looking as good as these.
The ironwork is so artful! It's so lovely for a "utility" exit. Here in the US you'd find drop-down metal work mounted at the doors. I love how you've caught such beautiful colors. Nice composition.
Makes me think of a scaled-down Pompidou.
That yellow sure wakes up the eyes.
Just came back from holidays in your country and already missing it so much! So much beauty around, so I will stay here to enjoy ;) Your city photos are superb!
Interesting house.You have so much colors in the buildnings.I really love this.Hugs
Probably the nicest back stairs I have ever seen.
With back stairs like this the front must be posh.
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