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Spiral Staircase II, St Stephen's Basilica, Budapest by Ludwig Wagner
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photograph by ludwig wagner – steps of spiral staircase in St Stephen’s Basilica, Budapest (from the top looking down)
Olympus E600 – 11 favouritings
1711 views 3rd December 2013

WINNER of Photography Challenge Group July Avatar Challenge 1st July 2013

TOP TEN in Christian Churches Stunning Staircases Challenge 3rd December 2013
TOP TEN of the “Stepping Up” challenge in COVER SHOTS Group April 2013
TOP TEN of Art in Math Going Around in Circles Challenge 22nd May 2013
TOP TEN of Photography Challenge Group Looking Down Challenge 25th May 2013
TOP TEN of Featured for a Challenge Bicolor Challenge 13th June 2013
TOP TEN of Shapes & Patterns Favourite Shape or Pattern Challenge 25th June 2013
TOP TEN of Shapes & Patters Spirals Challenge 16th December 2013

FEATURED in Artistry Group Awesome Abstracts 11th May 2013
FEATURED in Look Down, the world beneath our feet 12th May 2013
FEATURED in Visual Texture 16th May 2013
FEATURED in Art in Math 2nd May 2013
FEATURED in Everything Old A New Treasure 2nd May 2013
FEATURED in Olympus and Four Thirds Group 15th April 2013
FEATURED in The Best of Anything & Everythng 30th March 2013
FEATURED in Amateur Photographers Association April 2013
FEATURED in Which Ways Group April 2013
FEATURED in 100% Group April 2013
FEATURED in In One’s Mind’s Eye 25th May 2013
FEATURED in Photography Challenge 17th June 2013
FEATURED in The World 18th June 2013
FEATURED in Christian Churches, Inside & Out 11th January 2014
Editor’s Choice PHOTO OF THE WEEK in The World as we see it, or as we missed it 9th June 2013

Tags

staircase, stairs, rail, steps, cathedral, church, vintage, antique, basilica, swirl, curl

Ludwig’s multi-faceted life experience is reflected in his art. He produces work inspired by people, objects and places – past, present and imaginary.
He was born in South Africa where he studied Art at the University of Pretoria. Ludwig worked for a few years as a teacher and then in the film industry, one of the passions of his life. He now lives in London and runs a creative agency focused on design and advertising.
www.zuluspice.com

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  • EdsMum
    EdsMumabout 1 year ago

    Congratulations – 30th March, 2013 – Shirley, Jean & Rene…

  • wonderful, thank you!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosabout 1 year ago


    Click banner to view features! *-)!

  • That is wonderful, thanks for the feature!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • Chris Brunton
    Chris Bruntonabout 1 year ago

    Great capture. Congratulations on your features.

  • Thank you Christina, much appreciated!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBabout 1 year ago

    March 30, 2013

    Beautiful work!!

  • Wonderful news, thank you!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • seeingred13
    seeingred13about 1 year ago

    Oh, I love this! It looks a chambered nautilus shell cut in half! It even has the pearl-essence to it Stunning! Oh, to make a capture such as yours!

  • WildestArt
    WildestArtabout 1 year ago

  • Thank you!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • Anita Pollak
    Anita Pollakabout 1 year ago

    Wow, this really does look like a nautilus shell! Wonderful pattern and detail and such beautiful curves! Congratulations on your well-deserved features!

  • Thank you Anita!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • Jan Pudney
    Jan Pudneyabout 1 year ago


    Well done Ludwig. This gives me vertigo but I don’t mind …
    Congratulate your fellow featured artists here.
    APRIL 2013

  • wonderful, thank you!

    – Ludwig Wagner

  • lorilee
    lorileeabout 1 year ago

    Congratulations!! Your image has placed in the TOP TEN of
    our “Stepping Up” challenge!!

  • great news! thank you!

    – Ludwig Wagner

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