WordPress weekly challenge – Zigzag

Every Friday, WordPress’s Daily Post issues a photo challenge. This week’s challenge is Zigzag. Their idea is to show examples that go off the straight and narrow, so to speak.

This first photo is inside the Morrin Centre library in Quebec. The building has had many lives including a jail and has been a library since the late 19th century. It is the only English library inside the walls of old Quebec City in Canada. (The province of Quebec is mainly French). The curved staircase style is also seen in Montreal on many houses that have had flats built into the upper floors. Rather than build an inside staircase from the street level up to the upper floor flats, they have outside curved staircases similar to this.

Morrin Centre Library, Quebec City

Twisted horns, Danish National Museum, Copenhagen

 

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