Weekly Photo Challenge – Narrow

One of the flights of stairs you take on the way up to the Golden Gallery of St Paul’s Cathedral.  Not for the faint hearted – go early if you want to reach the top but are slightly claustrophobic; I wouldn’t like to climb these when there is a crowd!  I arrived just after opening and was one of only a handful of people at the top.

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Narrow.

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Cherry on top

The good thing?  A 10 mile walk through the Lake District.  A short ferry ride from Bo’ness to Ambleside then uphill most of the way before taking in the cherry on top – the views.

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Another cherry on top from it – it was downhill all the way back to Windermere from here 🙂

LJ

 

 

Opposites

Opposits

 

This weeks weekly photo challenge is ‘opposites’.

This picture has the green of the tree, with the barren, but completely breath-taking and mind-blowing, landscape of the Grand Canyon in the background.  It’s also a view over to the North Rim from the South Rim.

This was taken in the Grand Canyon National Park probably around 7.30am.  It had been a much earlier start for sunrise!

Partners

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For the Weekly Photo Challenge theme – partners – I present to you The Kelpies, the largest equine sculptures in the world situated at The Helix, Falkirk.

If you are ever in that part of the world, pay them a visit, they are mighty impressive!

From the top photograph it can be pretty hard to imagine their size as you don’t know where I was positioned to take the photo, this second shot should help show it though!

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www.thehelix.co.uk