The Zen of Unsure Things
I love that quote. This looks very peaceful, Petrea.
I love that stone wall! Wow, Petrea, lucky you to climb those stairs.
Is this somewhere in South Pas?
It's a pretty place, Shell. Quiet, private, overgrown. My favorite.Kalei, I agree! I felt privileged.Hiker, almost. It's just south of the South Pas border in LA proper.
Stairway to heaven?
I know the stairs well, never went up them, but know them.So very true about the stairs quote. May your explorations set us ALL free.
Stairway to an overgrown yard, Maria.Thought you might, Trish.
It may just be me, but I'm more inclined to take the first step when the staircase goes up, rather than down.
sometimes the untended, unmanincured properties are the most interesting.
also, i thought the same as Hiker. is this on Monterey Road, between South Pas and Hermon?
This one goes both ways, Speeday. Har.You've got it, Alex.
A stairway with character, perhaps some secrets...
Hey, you'll have to show me. This must've near me.
Very compelling photo. Yep, I'd have walked up these steps too, just to see where they led.
I wonder, Ms. M. If there are no secrets, I don't want to know.I'll be happy to take you there, Margaret. Maybe it can be one of your walks.Inescapable temptation, Katie.
I was going to say that your photo looks like my neighborhood. I guess it is
Stairway to heaven, or to the house where the Black Dahlia murderer may have lived? (according to his son).
Yah, PA.Oh you know, Bellis, you're right. If I remember correctly, that's in this neighborhood, isn't it? Right around the corner.
Where is this taken from?
Hi SSS, welcome. Alex guessed it in a previous comment: "on Monterey Road, between South Pas and Hermon." It's next to the garage pictured in the previous day's post.
Sorry my mistake I didn't see it. i did like the blog though.
Thank you! Sometimes I'm a little concerned about giving out locations, as in this case the stairs lead to private property. But they're visible from the street and, legally speaking, as long as you're standing on public property when you snap the shutter, it's okay to photograph them.
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