Trying to Make it to the Top

Everyone wants success in life, both personal and professional, but it isn’t always easy to achieve. Obviously it takes hard work and perseverance, but sometimes it takes a little luck as well. As we near the end of the year, it is time to look back at the year and determine whether things are getting better, staying the same, or needs some adjusting. This week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge is Ascend. We have chosen several photos of places where we have climbed steep stairs, trails, and walks. Just like life, sometimes if you willing to make the effort to keep climbing, there can be travel rewards. Hopefully life is on its way up for all of you!

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Stairs Leading Down to Gullfoss Falls in Iceland

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Climbing up a Waterfall in Bolivia

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Climbing the Stairs in Koblenz, Germany

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The Start of the Trail at the Quilotoa Volcano in Ecuador

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Hiking Up Pikes Peak in Colorado

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Climbing in the Paint Mines Interpretive Park in Colorado

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We Walked this Twice in Heidelberg, Germany

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Walking Up to the Michelangelo Piazza in Florence, Italy

 

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5 Responses to Trying to Make it to the Top

  1. Beautiful photographs. Climbing the waterfall looked tricky but I can imagine how memorable the experience must have been. Great going!

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  2. Snuffy says:

    The Bolivian waterfall ascent looks fun!

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