Thursday, December 20, 2012
Reflections at Two Art Museums, Sheldon and Wichita
Posted by Taken For Granted at 12/20/2012
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Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
The reflection in the second photo sure makes the person seem very tall. :)ReplyDelete
it's a nice reflections capture!!!!ReplyDelete
Very, very cool. As you know, I love visiting art museums.ReplyDelete
i like that 2nd shot w/ shadow!ReplyDelete
The second shot is outstanding!ReplyDelete
Wow, this floor is really well polished ! Amazing portrait here...ReplyDelete
I like the geométrical composition of the first picture too. Nice catch.
What a terrific capture/reflection for the day!! I, too, love art museums! Hope you and your family have a wonderful and very Merry Christmas! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
really love that second image! Well done:-)ReplyDelete
Thank you to everyone who commented here. The first photo is of Sheldon Art Museum on the campus of the University of Nebraska. The building was designed by Philip Johnson, and is stunning.ReplyDelete
The second image is at Wichita Art Museum on a glass floor over a display of Chihuly glass. The floor is clear glass and no shoes are allowed on it. Some feel nervous walking on a clear glass floor.
The second picture is intriguing. I would find it very odd to walk on a clear glass floorReplyDelete
Have a very happy Christmas!
The strong shadow flows from the firmly planted figure, which is enhanced by her third leg. Lots of determination exuded here.ReplyDelete
Nice reflection composition!ReplyDelete
Merry X-mas to you!
joli coups d oeil ;o)ReplyDelete