This is one of the first “nice” photos I took when I bought my camera back in October 2007. I had no idea what I was doing with it but I just kept trying.
These stairs descending endlessly into darkness attracted me and I had to take the risk. The ramp was lower than I expected and I had to ask a friend to hold me while I leaned over to take the photo with my arms stretched. I needed to be extra careful looking down the Abyss. I felt it stare back at me (get the reference?).
These stairs were found in an old building in Abu Dhabi, capital of the U.A.E. They don’t make these kind of emergency stairs anymore in the ultra-modern high rise buildings. Most stairs today remind me of dungeon stairs in the Middle-Ages: Narrow and dirty.
We need more stairs to climb. Keeps us fit!
Things I love today:
The smell of tea
The sight of a beautiful haircut
The sound of the ice-cream cart bell
The taste of chicken soup
The feel of being pampered while sick
The lens hood on your camera lens is to be used. I know it looks cooler when put backwards but lens hoods prevent lens flares, add contrast and protect the lens.
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