Stairway to Broken Glass

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    These stairs are inside the Home House in London. Some of the people that have walked down these stair are Earl Grey (of tea fame), Annie Lennox, Hugh Laurie and John Malkovich. These stairs are where feachered at the end of Annie Lennox's-Walking on Broken Glass video (see link below).

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=y25stK5ymlA&ob=av2e

    Rachel Colclough Photography, and 17 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. benlarhome 25 months ago | reply

      Perfect Composition
      Perfect Composition!
      This is the way to Great Photography.
      Thank you for Submitting your Remarkable Image in Perfect Composition Group

    2. David Turney | www.davidturneyphotography.com 25 months ago | reply

      Enjoyed many good nights in the Home House. Great shot.

    3. esslingerphoto.com✈ (back from Japan) 25 months ago | reply

      Here is another set of stairs that I took that are very similar......
      Nelson stair

    4. AndyM. 25 months ago | reply

      Congratulations, I saw this wonderful photo in
      "as beautiful as you want" group

    5. esslingerphoto.com✈ (back from Japan) 25 months ago | reply

      Yes, it is an amazing place. I took quite a few pictures while I was there.

    6. Davide Filippini ダビデ・フィリッピーニ 25 months ago | reply

      Congratulations, I saw this wonderful photo in
      "as beautiful as you want" group

    7. m.a.d.78 25 months ago | reply

      Great work!


      Seen in the "Your Best Photography" group!

    8. Aaron Miller - Postcard Intellect 25 months ago | reply

      Very cool - do you have to be a member to walk in and take photos?

    9. shando. 25 months ago | reply

      Superb shot John ;)

    10. Stephen Kacirek 25 months ago | reply

      Great balance and symmetry in this shot John, your exposure is perfect and the B&W suits this shot to a tee. Great work as always man

    11. Lusau1 25 months ago | reply

      so mysterious...

    12. tim_geach 24 months ago | reply

      Again, awesome shot! What lens are you using for these wide-angles?

    13. esslingerphoto.com✈ (back from Japan) 24 months ago | reply

      I am using a Canon 16-35mm f2.8 lens. Thanks for the comments.

    14. FH-P 23 months ago | reply

      Another amazing shot!

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