it is very pretty (the iron work pattern) Hope you are having a great weekend I am on lock down (my choice) as I have a cold and dont want to share :) so having a lazy weekend :)love n hugs :) me
charming building with very nice ironwork on the fire escape!The shadows are a plus! Here sewing all weekend
Ever since I saw so many fire escapes in NYC when I was a little girl, I dreamed of having one. Still dreaming, but seeing your photo makes me happy.
great shadow shots! really highlights :)
You took that just for me didn't you, because you know I love fire escapes! :)
I hope these fire escapes never have to be used for anything but shadow shots!WHEN YOU SEE THE SHADOWS DANCEWhen you see the shadows dance,Be it Mexico or France,You may join the shadow fun,Dancing till the day is done!© 2012 by Magical Mystical TeacherShadowy Choices
They do have an interesting pattern, and I like what the commenter above thought about them. Hope they never need to beused.
A dizzy perspective with all those sharply rising stairs and shadow patterns!
I like this photo and the fire escape has beautiful ironwork. We just don't see those out here so thank you for sharing it.
This would also make a great 'Three On Thursday' photo. Your eye seems to fall to threes and I like this.
A truly awesome array of stair shadows.
oh, a bygone era, when they put lovely decoration like that on a fire escape.
hey, BTW, why is your post clock set to West Coast time? it threw me for a minute..I thought it was 7:40 instead of 10:40 here in the East..
I love the shadows that the fire escape made on the building... everything is so crisp and clear, must have been a perfect day!Hugs, antonella :-)I linked over from SSS2 where I've joined in and have a free digi too!
Yes, that one really does have a wonderful design, and the shadows it creates are perfect. In fact, the whole building looks like it was designed by an artist! Enjoy the day.
classy, clean, functional. What more could you ask for? I would ask for a handsome fireman to carry me down.
Cool scrollwork! Such an elegant fire escape.
Fire escapes both scare me and entertain me. I love the geometric beauty of them, but I'm totally witless if I have to go out on one. I hate high open spaces.
These are nifty and remind me of my childhood neighbourhood in Montreal. They used to scare me, too.
Such artiste in a fire escape.
Now this is an amazing picture. Let’s hope it never needs to be used. (The escape that is not the picture)
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