climb

By: Lesley

Mar 02 2012

Category: Kitchener

17 Comments

Aperture:f/3.8
Focal Length:21mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/50 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

The steep circular staircase inside the Governor’s House on Queen St in Kitchener. This leads to the tower of the Italianate Villa home of the Gaoler of the Waterloo County Jail, though the house is now used for offices of the jail. A view of the house can be seen here.

Participating in Weekend in Black and White

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17 comments on “climb”

  1. What a beautiful photo! The staircase is great, but your photo of it is magnificent. Makes me think of a nautilus shell. 🙂

    Happy Friday!

  2. Beautiful soft light, great work!

  3. Very good photo.

    Regards and best wishes

  4. This is really great!! Love the simple and clean look!
    🙂

  5. Great angle and exiting compostion. One of the best inage I´ve seen in this time.

  6. wow, that´s a very good shot. Love it.

  7. Lesley, this is a stunning photograph. Love the way the light curls down the stairs.

    Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.

  8. the angle is stunning
    there’s such a sweeping vast feeling to the shot
    really lovely

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  10. Oops — ignore my last comment; this is what comes of scrolling backwards. This post answered the question I posed on your later blogpost. The staircase is magnificant! Quite a place to have an office.

  11. Beautiful shot..really great b/w photo!

    Thx for visiting my place.

  12. Awesome shot. You have accomplished something special with this one. I can just see it hanging in an art museum right now. The light is perfect and the perspective superb. What an excellent piece of photographic art. genie

  13. This is an incredible shot! Beautifully done.

  14. Great shot, me like..;-D

  15. Lovely. The lines, the curves, and the light all come together perfectly.


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