Pihe’s Budapest

Today I have a special guest again. Enjoy Pihe‘s wonderful photo and I warmly recommend you to visit his Flickr photostream. It is worth!

where the snail lives

For the record: this is the “staff-only” staircase of the Museum of Etnology in Budapest. I’ve been there on a training during the closing hours and I fell behind to take this shot — it was quite adventurous, for the guard spotted me on the other floor while I was balancing on the bar to get the composition — I’ve been asked what I’m doing there with a camera in my hands… It wasn’t that usual “nice” situation.

Have a look at my previous guest-photos:

Aniko’s Budapest 1.

Aniko’s Budapest 2.

Aniko’s Budapest 3.

Aniko’s Budapest 4.

Aniko’s Budapest 5.

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22 thoughts on “Pihe’s Budapest

  1. Photographing a spiral staircase is a challenge, but they are so very beautiful. For another, click
    here. It’ll be interesting to see if this works for me since I’ve not been very successful with links in the past.

  2. Wow! It worked! I guess the space in blogger’s comment box just isn’t large enough because it NEVER works for me on those.

  3. belle composition. cela me rappelle des photos prisent dans l’escalier pour monter en haut de l’Arc de Triomphe à Paris


    beautiful composition. that points out photographs to me snuff in the staircase to go up in top of the Triumphal arch to Paris

  4. double wow.. great discovery!
    in the photo stream i found the cave temple and that’s breathaking !

  5. Oh, this is such a wonderful photo, all in brown and golden. And I like spiral staircases very much.

  6. I will add your photo to my list of photos taken using a dangerous technique … I was taking photos after hours in a business park last night. The whole time I was concerned that a security guard would accost me.

  7. Thank you very much for all your kind comments on my photo and many thanks to Zsolt for the opportunity!

  8. thia looks like god dust got spilled onto the stairway – that is a magnificent rich color of gold – Im glad the guard did not take the camera away because this is a wonderful shot from atop!

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