Saturday, 22 July 2017

My Sunday Photo 23/07/17

I always try and find the positives in being disabled. For me, there will always be some negative around it but finding a bit of fun in the middle of it all is something that keeps me going.

In some ways it saddens me that I don't have the ability to climb steps anymore; however, when I find little stairwells, like the one in the photo, surrounded by bright colours, trees and bushes it makes me wonder upon the mystery and magic of what's at the top! I'm sure it would be as amazing as it is inviting ;)



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15 comments:

Louise (Little Hearts, Big Love) said...

Those steps do look very inviting and I can imagine that not being able to explore them further gives them more of a sense of mystery too. Such a beautiful photo :-)

Catherine's Cultural Wednesdays said...

Often the view looking up is far better then the one looking down, I bet those maples will look amazing in Autumn #MySundayPhoto

Coombe Mill said...

Those steps do look like they lead somewhere special. The colours in the photo are beautiful.

Tracey at Mummyshire said...

Sometimes the intrigue of what's at the top is more exciting!
The colours look so vibrant, the recent wet weather and the warm air has done wonders for all shrubs
#SundayPhoto

john adams said...

You could let your imagination run totally wild Martyn! Maybe Jack and the Beanstalk are at the top! Out of interest, is this another Hever Castle shot? It reminds me of one of the gardens there.

SarahMummy said...

That definitely does look inviting! It reminds me a bit of the gardens at Alton Towers.

Darren Coleshill said...

What a lovely looking garden, is this a National Trust garden?

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Sarah - Casual Gamer Mum said...

Gorgeous! I'd love to walk up those steps and discover what is there.

Anonymous said...

The colours of the trees and shrubs look gorgeous. Was that in Hever? (Mrs A)

Tas D said...

It looks s beautiful and shame there wasn't an alternative path for you to go up and admire the view x

Kim Carberry said...

Those steps do look like they are leading to somewhere interesting. It is such a shame there was no other route up.

Sally Kent said...

Steps leading up and bends in paths are always intriguing. I'd love to see what was up there too #MySundayPhoto

Me, The Man & The Kids said...

You know I would happily carry you up them! :D

sherry from sherrys pickings said...

yes wonderfully inviting those steps. such a mystery...

Louise Bell said...

simply beautiful and really inviting!
It is such a shame that places aren't all accessible for everyone to enjoy!