Stairs in the Heidelberg University Library

With a few of the students in my Black & White workshop I headed into the ornately decorated Heidelberg University Library. We asked if we could photograph in the library book stacks. No, we could not: approval by a higher authority was needed. The “higher authority” was not currently available.

On the way back out of the library building we found these stairs. Proving once again that you don’t always get what you want, but if you are open to the adventure sometimes you get what you need.

Stairs, Heidelberg University Library

Stairs, Heidelberg University Library © Harold Davis

The image above is looking down the stairs. Here’s one in the opposite direction, looking up:

Heidelberg Library Stairs © Harold Davis

Heidelberg Library Stairs © Harold Davis


This entry was posted in Germany, Monochrome.

One Comment

  1. Mitchell Webster July 6, 2014 at 6:37 pm #

    Hi from the Shenandoah Valley of VA Harold,

    I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy all of the posts that you make when I see yours in my inbox, I know I am going to see something spectacular, and realize just how busy you are.

    That is really about it, just wanted to let you know how enjoyable your blog and photography is to me. even though I do not always get to the website, I love what comes to the inbox.

    Mitchel Webster

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