Barcelona, Spain 2012
Here’s Gaudi’s spiral staircase in La Familia Sagrada. Top picture is looking down from the top, and bottom picture is looking up from the bottom.
Posted November 3, 2012 by LY in Architecture, Barcelona, Photo, Photography, Spain, Travel, Weekly Photo Challenge
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It seems we think alike. Nice photo
You know what they say about ‘great minds’…
Wow that is dizzying at first glance. However, a great shot!
Thank you. It was definitely dizzying walking down those spiral steps.
Love the perspective. The second photo looks like an optical illusion.
The second photo was taken by chance. I was the first one (of the group) down the staircase and I was looking up to see where everyone else was. Now that you mentioned it, it does look like an illusion. Thanks for pointing that out
Funny, I was thinking of Gaudi too. But I will go a different direction. Great photo!
Thanks. This theme has Gaudi’s name all over it. I wouldn’t be surprised to see more of his works pop up in the coming week.
I tried to take these exact photos, but mine didn’t work out. It’s so awesome that your’s did! I am a little envious, but great pictures!
Thank you. The lighting makes all the difference, but it’s hard to time your visits with the best lighting. In my case, I was just lucky to be there in the late afternoon.
Just perfect! Of course I’ve only seen the church outside, never thought they have this amazing interior.
The inside is pretty spectacular. Definitely worth checking out if you find yourself in Barcelona again.
It sure looks nice from the top view.
I couldn’t agree more.
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I know. Unfortunately, they don’t build staircases like this these day
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