Stairs, Steps and Ladders – Oh My
I don’t often do photography challenges. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever done one. That’s not totally true. I think I did a five-photo thing. Also, I did mix a One-Liner Wednesday with one of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenges. This week is different. This week, it’s all Cee’s. You see, I have lots of photos of stairs, steps and ladders and I can’t really imagine having too many opportunities to use them. So, I’m jumping on this.
You win too. All of the descriptions are in the photos, so not a lot of text today. Enjoy the photos. Explore the gallery if you like. I’ll be back to the One-liner thing next week.
If you have a ladder, you’re going to have MiMi
These aren’t stairs. Just the shadow of the overhead truss
You can’t see the stairs on this London building, but the windows tell you where they are.
I have no idea why this staircase is so tall.
This is the photo from which I took my banner image. It’s along the Windsor Locks Canal.
This is why my wife suggested vinyl siding. She didn’t want me trying to paint that side.
These are on the side of the trash-to-energy plant in Ames, Iowa
Observation tower on the battle field driving tour at Gettysburg, Yes, we went up.
In case of fire, do not use the elevators.
That’s Faith helping me clean up a wiring mess. I was pretty sick that day and the Mrs. wouldn’t let me on a ladder,
This retractable staircase had to be modified. I had to remove the struts to keep it from flipping when closed.
One last photo before the staging can come down. Finishing this wall was a major milestone for me.
A little bit higher now – There’s about 30 feet of sidewalk and grass under the flood water.
This roof is so steep, I have to work off a ladder (and not drop anything)