Tag: stairs

  • Stairway to Heaven Gallery

    written by cruzron on 2010-10-21 in #lifestyle
    Stairway to Heaven Gallery

    Be prepared to break a sweat as for this week, our gallery is going to focus on stairs and ladders! You might hate them with all of your guts when you have no choice but to climb them, but if judging by this selection of photos, you can just them instead!

  • A Taste of China

    written by stouf on 2012-05-03 in #world #locations
    A Taste of China

    In September 2011, I was lucky enough to visit a small part of China. This was an unforgettable adventure which, amongst other things, rewarded me with a century of lifespan. Read below to find out at what cost I got such reward.

  • Machu Picchu: Magic, Adventures and Stairs!

    written by regina_falangi on 2011-02-18 in #world #locations
    Machu Picchu: Magic, Adventures and Stairs!

    One of the oldest, amazing, and documented places in the planet. Might it be true that there’s magic behind these constructions?

  • Helsinki Cathedral, Finland

    written by torium on 2010-04-23 in #world #locations
    Helsinki Cathedral, Finland

    If you visit Helsinki, you simply can not miss this huge landmark.

  • 30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 3, Revueflex-B

    written by bloomchen on 2012-04-25 in #reviews
    30 Weeks, 30 Cams: Week 3, Revueflex-B

    This is a review of the camera used for week 3 of the "30 Weeks, 30 Cams" series. The camera a, Revueflex-B, is nothing but a Zenit-B sold by a German department store chain under another name. Read on how I got this SLR camera produced in Russia and how it handles.

  • Batu Caves, Malaysia

    written by eva_eva on 2011-04-14 in #world #locations
    Batu Caves, Malaysia

    Batu Caves is a well-known tourist attraction with its 272 rock stairs as well as the 42.7m high statue of the Lord Murugan.

  • A Salute to the Masters: Stairs (A Tribute to Alexander Rodchenko)

    written by sirio174 on 2014-03-17 in #lifestyle
    A Salute to the Masters: Stairs (A Tribute to Alexander Rodchenko)

    This article is a tribute to the great Russian photographer, sculptor, graphic designer, and painter Alexander Rodchenko. He was a pioneer in the search for unusual perspectives, with extreme view from above or from below, and with an innovative use of the diagonals and tilted views in his dynamic compositions. For this article, I was inspired by his most famous photo, a woman climbing a staircase, taken in 1930, which is reminiscent of the famous Odessa stair of the film "Battleship Potemkin" by Sergei Eisenstein.

  • Journey to the Basilica of Sacré Coeur

    written by vtayeh on 2011-06-18 in #world #locations
    Journey to the Basilica of Sacré Coeur

    For my upcoming trip to Paris, everyone told me that I must see this white church located high on a hill but no one ever mentioned the quirks to actually GET to the top of the hill!

  • Spring Fling Series 9: Somersby Falls

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-04-09 in #world #locations
    Spring Fling Series 9: Somersby Falls

    How about this for a romantic spring afternoon, pack your lunch, and head out to Somersby Falls on the New South Wales Central Coast. You and your loved one will feel like you're away from it all and can enjoy the picnic areas, bush walking trails, and enjoy the rain forest sounds with the bell birds and kookaburras.

  • Top of the Stairs

    written by lamia on 2008-04-27 in #world #locations
    Top of the Stairs

    The top of the stairs directly south of Brigham Young University campus in Provo, UT. If you're in Provo, then it's easy to find BYU campus, just ask anyone. Go to the very south end and there are around 80 steps that lead to the street below. From right here at the top of these stairs are tons of amazing things to shoot! 1) the stairs themselves 2) if you're looking down the stairs and then you turn to your left, there is a great view of the Rocky Mountains 3) to your right is a pretty path that just continues downhill 4&5) straight above you is a guaranteed awesome shot of the sky because the sky in Utah is huge and full of fluffy clouds 6) go down a few steps and take a shot of the street in front-it's pretty in late afternoon with tons of shadows across the street. Any season is good to come: snowy winter, autumn with colorful leaves, sunny days all offer you cool photos. Don't walk around here at night though-it's dangerous and there's nothing to shoot!