This is a close up, it’s metal.
Fallen Bierstadt, 2007 (Artist Valerie Hegarty, born 1967)
I TOOK THESE PHOTOS AT THE BROOKLYN MUSEUM LAST WEEKEND
AS I TURNED THE CORNER AND HAPPENED UP ON THIS PIECE OF ART I THOUGHT
“OOOO!! SOMEBODY IS IN TROUBLE!!!! LOOK AT THE FLOOR BENEATH THE WORK AND YOU’LL SEE WHAT I MEAN.
THIS WAS INSPIRED BY THIS
A Storm in the Rocky Mountains, Mt Rosalie (artist Albert Bierstadt 1830 – 1902) American, German born
photo credit: wiki
INTERESTING, I THOUGHT. OF COURSE IN READING THE DESCRIPTION I’VE COME TO REALIZE THIS HUMUNGOUS SWEEPING CANVAS WAS RIGHT NEXT TO THE THE PIECE THAT WAS “ON FIRE”. I GUESS I WAS DISTRACTED BY THAT AND THE ‘SNEAKER CULTURE’ EXHIBIT THAT WAS ALSO GOING ON (that was very crowded, and I didn’t get it! (this was me whispering ! 🙂
And here is the closeup
I was at a barbecue in Ottawa last weekend, out in the countryside anyway. This was the topper, a bonfire! It was awesome!
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Door.”
The coolest door I have ever seen. It’s at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens
This door is in Bed Stuy Brooklyn, I forget where. But it’s the entrance to a multifamily building 4 or 6 stories I think.
This door is to a resturant on 42nd Street in Manhattan. It is or was the service entrance, it’s brass and I think it was the Russian Tea Room. Yep! The Russian Tea Room, I just looked it up.
This was taken today while I was browsing my favorite plant shop in the Terminal Market!
hidden in the swirl
are colors of the rainbow
slightly held secret
In response to Haiku Horizons and Weekly Photo Challenge
Photography, photo, dp challenge, art, haiku horizons, haiku, poetry
On this snowy day at the pier it was strange to me to see all these seagulls just hanging out. So I fed them so they would take flight and give me this gift.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Off-Season.”
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Broken.”.
….with spring still to fully arrive
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Early Bird.”
I took this photo this afternoon in a wetland area near our house. I spotted her while I was driving and pulled over. She was the only one there. Indeed, an early bird!