A dog, a child and some steps in this week's prompt ought to be easy to match.
Golf used to one of my favourite pastimes and this picture from 1905 has steps aplenty just off the course.
|The Royal and Ancient Clubhouse, St Andrews|
When I was a student at St Andrews in the 1950s the 18th green looked much better than this.
My grandsons and their dogs found more steps in the woods alongside the River Severn although Alby seems to be wagging his finger at me behind the camera.
|Cara, Alby, Milly and Kai (at the back) - 2001|
Over the years the steps at my daughter's home in Michigan have been a spot to capture pictures of our grand dogs.
|Grandmaw with Sam and Maxie|
|Cody and Scout|
|Grandpaw and Scout - 2010|
In 2008 when we celebrated our golden wedding at Tresco in the Scilly Isles there were no dogs (or children) in evidence. In Tresco Abbey Gardens there was a shots of steps in the distance.
|With a statue at the top of the steps|
|Statue of the Dorien-Smith children|
This statue is said to be symbolic of the freedom of the islands.
Before we travelled to Tresco we stayed in Fowey and my daughter managed to get herself photo bombed by a dog.
King of Prussia, Fowey - 2008
And it's dogs that found a step too far.
|Gem and Scout peer down the staircase to the basement - 2012|
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