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26 thoughts on “Sunday Post: Stairway”
Good submissions for sure Cecelia! Enjoy your Sunday! Margie
Thanks Margie. Enjoy your day, too.
Thank you Terry. Glad you like them. 🙂
You have a beautiful place there Cecilia you hit the great entry for this week topic 🙂
Thanks Jake. 🙂
I grew up in house in Pittsburgh with lots and lots of steps, so I especially appreciate this.
🙂 Glad you like it, Kathryn. Where in P’burgh? My son and his wife and daughter are now living in P’burgh.
Thank you so much for linking with my Stairway to Self-Esteem post. 🙂
I’m glad you did because you hadn’t posted on Jake’s Sunday post by the time I did, so I would have missed yours. Your photography is lovely…I want to be in each scene…beautiful!
Thanks Vivian. I’m so glad you stopped by. Your post was a wonderful take on the subject.
that is lovely Cecelia
Thanks Jo. 🙂
Some supremely stylish stairs!
Beautifully captured, Ms. F!
Thanks SIG. I appreciate you dropping by. Glad you liek the stairways. 🙂
Thank you, Elizabeth 🙂
Beautiful photos. My favourite is the second one. Where was it taken?
Thanks Colline. The first two were taken in a garden at Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, OH. Glad you like it.
My favorite is also the second one 🙂 wonderful pictures!
Thanks Doris. 🙂
A beautiful, peaceful stairway that leads to a place of endless smiles and laughter. Thanks for today’s inspiration.
Thank you, IT. 🙂
What is that amazing tree with the beautifully dense white blossoms?
That would be a Cherry Blossom tree, one of my favorites! I plan to plant on in my yard. They are one of the first trees to bloom each spring, and the blossoms are magnificent! In pink or white. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.
Wow! I’ve never seen blossoms so dense on a cherry tree like that. Amazing and beautiful. Thanks for replying.
🙂 Just a note, there is a difference between a cherry blossom tree and a cherry tree. Cherry blossoms don’t actually produce cherries (don’t know how the tree got its name) but you see how beautiful they are in the spring! I don’t think cherry trees actually put out these kind of blossoms but I could be wrong.