Sunday, August 17, 2008

STAIRS


I liked the way the sunlight filtered through the window and onto the stairs of the Medical Museum in Auburn, California.
I hope everyone had a good weekend and I will try to get to your blogs as soon as I can.
If I continue to have unwanted blogger comments on my blog I will have to go back to the spam identifacation letters. Please ignore the first comment on this post and don't open it. Thanks.
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27 comments:

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Amy said...

Sorry about the blogger icky comments. I hate the junk mail! This is why I went to moderating, which I so wish I did not need to do.

The stairs is an interesting photo. Great idea!

Olivier said...

tu as vraiment le sens du détail, ce bout d'escalier rend vraiment très bien.

you really an eye for detail, this piece of staircase makes very well.

Abraham Lincoln said...

The details in the stair rail is neat. I also noticed how spic and span they are. They must have a good cleaning crew who makes sure the dust is dusted off.

You can also sign in to your account and then just delete the spam.

jel said...

morning !

cool pic!

John Roberts said...

You're definitely seeing like a photographer! Most people wouldn't have seen this interesting combination of shapes and patterns.

Kate said...

Susie

Your pictures are always a delight, I especially like this one.

As to inappropriate comments, they are disappointing but no reflection on your lovely work

A bright spot in my day, I check your blog daily.

Kate

http://cholulared.blogspot.com/

Laurie said...

I like this one. The light is subtle and pretty.

You can go in and delete the unwanted SPAM comments. Too bad about the SPAMMERS. They are low, I despise them.

I have the comment verification to help stave off such things and it has worked for me. Moderation it good too.

MedaM said...

Nice detail and beautiful light that you captured!
I am sorry for the spam comments. I too use to get them and that annoy me very much so always deleted them. I haven't got them lately.

Beverly said...

As usual, I love your photos. The cemetary below is great. The cobwebs are so fitting.

I like the light on the stairs.

James said...

Nice choice of subject...well done.

CG said...

I always moderate my comments; i prefer that to those letters! A truly beautiful photo!

joan said...

I like this photo. I like how the light looks on the stairs. I think you can delete the comment when you sign in.

Shammickite said...

Oh dear... there's always someone who wants to spoil a good thing.... but you can delet him quite easily!
And the light on the stairs is ovely. Very restful in a way.

Hilary said...

Nice shot. Your eye always finds something wonderful.

tsduff said...

I wish those stairs were in my house - I love them! Great picture, and I do like the one below as well.

Kerri said...

I know what you mean about the spam comments...I get them too...but I just delete them and then they don't shop up anymore for anyone to click on.

What a beautiful staircase!!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

interesting photo!
tI hate spam!!!!)

susan said...

Who would think that something as simple as a few steps could be so interesting? Nicely done!

Bear Naked said...

Wonderful photo.
Brings back memories of my grandmother's staircase.

Bear((( )))

lavenderlady said...

Don't you just hate spammers. I think they should have to go to a special internet type of hot place. But moving on, this photo is great. Amazing how white can be so beautiful.

Faye Pekas said...

This is a great shot. I could be in a home and garden magazine.

I get spam occasionally too. I just delete it. I can't imagine what good it would do the spammer anyway. Who would actually go to the address?

LeenaM said...

You find from simpliest things their beauty, That is a gift and you have it.
Thank you so much for your nice comments on my blog and have a happy days, Sue!

Chad Oneil Myers said...

I like this image, Sue. The lighting does add to it.

...Yeah, looks like you have some SPAM happening here ;)

Carmi said...

I love the glow of this image. Not easy to capture the difference in contrast, but you've pulled it off with aplomb.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: you're way better than a wannabe!

(Have you thought about using comment moderation instead of the captcha letters? I had a comment spam/troll problem for a while, and moderation has allowed me to avoid having unwanted comments hit the blog. I just mass-reject 'em.)

Greyscale Territory said...

Delightful how something like stairs can be quite an interesting piece of art if photographed from the right angle!

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