Stairway to heaven

October 15, 2016 | iPhone, Photography | 14 Comments »

Gateway Arch in Autumn

Taken in St. Louis, Missouri
14 Comments on “Stairway to heaven” »
  1. such a beautiful picture :D
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  2. What a stunning shot! And these fall colors! <3
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  3. i love the colours in this picture, so vibrant!
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  4. Great photo! That thing is crazy huge!!


  5. Nice click Lisa 😊
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  6. Amazing! You captured this structure at such a great angle!
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  7. Beautiful. It is so huge. Love the fall colors <3
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