Each week Jake proposes a theme for creative inspiration. You can post your interpretation to the theme on your blog anytime before the following Sunday. Remember to post your link in the comment section of the weekly challenge.
Here is my entry for stairway. This photo was taken in Honduras. Each day we would climb this staircase to head to a natural swimming hole. It was the most refreshing water and a daily dip was mandatory.
And here is the pool.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance.
She cohosts the Lesbians Who Write Podcast (lesbianswhowrite.com) with Clare Lydon. TB also runs I Heart Lesfic (iheartlesfic.com), a place for authors and fans of lesfic to come together to celebrate lesbian fiction.
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Great entry for this week topic I enjoy it ,Thanks for posting my friend 🙂
That pool looks so refreshing! Lovely pictures.
It was refreshing. I miss it!
How beautiful and unspoiled! I’m glad there are places on earth that remain in their natural state, not overrun with human beings.
I agree with you Anita…this was a wonderful place to go to be with nature.
Wow, that looks absolutely heavenly!! Was the water really warm?
It was nice and cool, which was great since it was always hot and humid in Honduras. If I remember correctly, we went in July.
Simply beautiful. I love that staircase! Looks magical. Your photo actually reminded me of Hidden Springs in Laguna back in the Philippines. The entire resort is located at the foot of a mountain (Mount Banahaw) so you can simply imagine the natural spring water that comes directly from the mountain. It was a bit eerie though, but breathtaking nonetheless.
That sounds like a place I would love to visit. I’ll have to keep it in mind when I plan that trip!
green, green, green with envy!!! Ican’ t swim but I am still envious! lol
It was green everywhere in Honduras…I was blown away by the vivid and lush colors.
This is a stairway I would gladly climb! So beautiful.
That looks wonderful but I bet the water was cold !
It was cold and since it was hot there I didn’t mind one bit.
My kind of stairway. Nice photos 🙂 Judy
Usually I’m not a fan of stairs, but I didn’t mind these 🙂
Wow, that is gorgeous! That is the kind of stairway that fits perfectly into the Once Upon a Time period, as you cannot help but look at that and think that there must be something magical waiting for you at the top.
I didn’t think of that, but you are right Carl…The entire place was magical and I couldn’t stop staring while there.
Reposted on my Pinterest board with your link. Thank you for sharing. It looks so natural. http://pinterest.com/vcvalentina/
Fabulous – both the approach to the pool and the pool itself. How could anyone resist wanting to dive in?!
That is a good question! I loved it.
Well that looks like it was worth the walk…I love these staires…just love them
I felt like a kid again climbing them.
Looks like a great and refreshing way to start and end the day!
Indeed it was…and an adventure each time. We never knew what we would see.
WOW! What a beautiful colours… and stairs… I loved it dear TBM, Thanks and Love, nia
They are beautiful…Thanks Nia!
I totally missed this post!!! What a wonderful place that is—the stairs are awesome!!!! I could just imagine setting up there with a book and a drink and taking it all in !!! Love it!!!
Yes…one warning though…watch out for snakes! We didn’t see one until the last day and that is a good thing otherwise I may not have enjoyed it as much. Snakes scare the heck out of me.
Oh yea–I am with you on the snake thing!!! When we were hiking in a rain forest in Australia one time we came upon a huge black snake sunning on the path and I immediately did an about face. Looked him up later and he was definitely one that we needed to avoid….ugh.
Good instincts…I used to run into snakes all the time when I lived in Colorado and I hated it. I don’t mind admiring from afar, but when out hiking and one is in my path I decide it is time to head home for lunch.
Absolutely wonderful! 🙂
I absolutely love this stairway. The way it blends in with its surroundings and the use of natural materials sings to my soul. Beautiful share. Thank you. 🙂 The spring (?) is a joy to behold as well.
I also loved the natural look…it almost doesn’t look man made.
Gorgeous stairs and setting!
It was a pleasure climbing up and down them.
Yes it was!