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Sunday, July 12, 2009

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18 comments:

Devika said...

Lovely, Lorraine
I love wooden staircases....even if I am offered a lift, i love climbing the wooden stairway....we have it only in old buildlngs of the British era...and ofcourse, my convent had many :)

in fact, this photo reminds me of a locale at school...so fond, I was :)

love,
dev

Brian Miller said...

good morning. i like old wood, chipped and worn in stairs and chairs, th stories it has to tell.

The Dark Lord said...

The word combinations paint a lovely picture.. that of cosy resemblance and comfort over time..
Simply brilliant!

Cindybrown said...

OH nice! Great photo! I love anything old, barns, churches, houses. Those stairs are wonderful! They could tell an unwritten story! Lorraine you are my morning coffee:)

Michael Rawluk said...

There is nothing better than coming out the door and walking down to a relaxing garden.

dolcebellezza said...

It is a lovely garden, and one well worth staring at.

RBroeker said...

Nice picture, appropriate verse. You made me interested in the people who use or used these stairs.

Best wishes
Ralf

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

it's describing me so well!

Timoteo said...

Great juxtaposition of the natural and man made worlds.
You should see the stairs on my back porch...I've fallen through a couple of times.

Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life said...

A garden worth gazing at.

Siam said...

Un beau par-terre de fleurs

standley said...

Un bien bel escalier qui me rappelle les maisons coloniales et qui donne sur un joli parterre de fleurs!

Lorraine said...

hey Dev, I'm glad it brought back good feelings this time ;) thanks always

Oh totally agree Brian, imagine the stories, thanks for your lovely comment :)

Wow thanks Dark Lord, I appreciate that :)

Hey CindyB, we agree on a lot of things, and that has got to be the nicest compliment I've ever received, how sweet you are :)

I would agree Michael, but I dont' have a garden but I sure have old chipped wooden stairs lol

HeyDolce, how wonderful to see you thanks very much :)

Wouldn't it be nice Ralf to hear the stories, thanks very much :)

Chipped? you? lol Andrew you're too much...

Lorraine said...

Timoteo, really..poor you, maybe you should wait til sunlight to venture out lol thanks a lot!

Thanks a lot Lynne, glad you enjoyed (it's not my garden though lol)

BOnjour Allan, merci beaucoup je suis contente qu'elle te plaise (la photo) ;)

Richard, merci pour ton beau commentaire :)

namaki said...

so simple and yet so deep !

Lorraine said...

I appreciate that Nancy, thanks a lot :)

Magyar said...

... it's in that wear of time, these years of weather and foot travel that has proven their value. Beautifully said, Lorraine. _m

Lorraine said...

I like that, thanks a lot _m ;)