November 7, 2011

Staircase

Working and living here and working on my draft of my animal shelter non-fiction narrative has consumed a lot of my fire lately. But I chased some light in the stairwell this afternoon after my nap in the closet and wanted to share. Looking forward to reading blogs this week.
I plan to add a couple more photos of the staircase over the next couple of days. Ten minutes of light wasn't enough to do justice.


35 comments:

Ruhi Shah said...

beautiful :)

urban butterfly said...

nice photos! The the palm tree in the last photo. We don't have palm trees here in the Washington, DC area. :(

Brian Miller said...

cool man...thanks for the inside look...nice painting on the wall too...

Susie Clevenger said...

I love the light and shadows in your pictures...thanks for the tour :)

light208 said...

Lovely. The contrast throughout are stunning. Love the softness of the light that you've captured.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

Stairwells are magical places. Your photos are inspiring, Ed.

Jill said...

These are so lovely. The light and angles are so interesting. I look forward to seeing more.

Birdie said...

isn't there something magic about the light we see on the walls and other places? like if it's talking to us ...& it always leaves me with feeling of joy ... happy days!

Little Ms. Fun said...

Very nice pictures! i love chasing the sun light :) The warm feeling when it hits your face. Good luck with your book!

Enigmatic Soul said...

I glance and stare at the play of sunlight and shadows. It pulls me out of the usual reality for some time. Loved the photos.

suvaiba said...

waiting for moreee...! :)
this is not just any staircase this is so beautiful..! the wooden charm.. the glossy looks..!

Vicki Rocho said...

Nice pics!

Pat Hatt said...

Looks like a lot of stairs, no wonder you haven't posted, take a lot of work climbing those..haha

Amish Stories said...

Looks like the place has a lot of character, which i hope helps you write a very good book. Richard

Slamdunk said...

Looking forward to more on your story.

And thanks for sharing some light.

Joshua said...

I think you're a little too feline, sleeping in closets and chasing sunlight patches in the stairwell.

Sounds like a good time, actually. I think I'm jealous.

Marion said...

Beautiful photos, Ed. I love watching the sunlight playing on the walls in my home. It's a pure luxury I savor. xo

oceangirl said...

Your light is beautiful and we missed you.

She Writes said...

Early 1900s building? I like it.

Stephanie D said...

It's the little pleasures like sunlight in a stairwell that make life remarkable. I just had a window put in my kitchen and I swear it made my world brighter almost instantly!

LOLA said...

Beautiful photos. No coming out of the closet comment today, other than saying I won't say it.

Love,
Lola

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Geraldine said...

I think this would be a great place for a writer to live and work. I love the play of light in these photos. Take care, G

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jbchicoine said...

I thought I was the only one who chased light around the house with a camera!

Claudia said...

cool that you're sharing a bit of your life with us..love the light play..i'm in brighton, UK at the moment for a few days of escape..enjoying the sea air...smiles

ayala said...

It looks peaceful and charming.
:)

Wine and Words said...

It always amazes me how quickly the light changes. It's almost a photo you can never plan. You're either there at the right time, or you're wishing you were. Most often I see the perfect light when I'm driving on the freeway. Images click by as I wonder if I can pull over on the shoulder, or take an exit and find a vista high enough to capture what I saw two exits back. It frustrates the damn hell outta me!

Jyoti Mishra said...

Lovely captures Ed..
beauteous !!

PS: been away from blogosphere in past few days.. hope u doing fine !!

♫♪♥PhilO♥♪♫ said...

The light streaming in makes the pictures look even more beautiful :)

Cяystal said...

Mesmerising! Haven't seen something prettier and serene-r in a while.

French Fancy... said...

I'd forgotten what lovely shots you take, Ed.

Missed ya!

Julie

Stephanie D said...

Hi Ed, you haven't posted in a while so just popping in with a "hi" and a "how are you?"

cj Schlottman said...

Hey, ed,

Been underground for a few weeks. No new poems. This post is a perfect conduit for me to get moving again. The photos are wonderful - the way you capture the light. I love the palm.

Namaste..........cj

Yvonne Osborne said...

Cool shots! Stairs are such interesting subjects.

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