One of the things I love about lofts is that they can be so, um, lofty. That means they have stairs, and in many and varied forms. Here are a couple of my favorites from an October outing to the Castleberry Hill Loft tour.
Here’s the descending view. I’m always leery of tumbling down, so I like to lurk about until Sam goes first, then I stop, catch my balance, and take a photo of him.
Here’s another staircase, from another elegant and art-filled space.
In transit between homes, we encountered this chicken, who had just crossed the road.
Do some lofts have a view from the top? Well yes. On this rooftop, Sam pointed out that we could see the building where he lives… here, it’s a tiny spire in the distance.
Now in an up-and-down-again, there-and-back-again, across-the-road-again way, the next photo is Sam’s view back toward Castleberry Hill. The stadium building (with the Mercedes sign, on the left in the photo above) is barely visible on the horizon in the lower right, below. It’s just above the red V-for-Varsity sign.
So we’re back again and ready for next year’s Castleberry Hill loft tour.
Do you have a favorite local homes tour?
More on the Weekly Photo Challenge: Ascend
And, some information on next year’s Castleberry Hill Loft Tour