Sunday, October 30, 2011


Met Museum of Art, New York City

A couple at a gallery in New York City
"Break a vase, and the love that reassembles the fragments is stronger than that love which took its symmetry for granted when it was whole." Derek Walcott

Today I am posting another picture that was shot at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

For those who have never set foot in here, telling you that this museum is enormous is an understatement. To give you an idea of how grand it is I am posting this picture. On the right hand side you can see a couple enjoying an exhibit. They look like tiny dots compared to the structure of the building. The design and architecture of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is immaculate. It has perfect symmetry.

The picture was shot from the first floor right in the center which is right on top of the Information Center. From here you can get a full view of the whole ground floor. 

This museum will always be close to my heart as it's my main source of inspiration. Going here with my muse is the ultimate inspirational experience. It floods my mind with ideas which sometimes can be overwhelming but enjoyable nonetheless.

This black and white photograph was captured on my iPhone using the Hipstamatic app. Some minor editing was done in PS CS4. Settings for Hipstamatic were BlacKeys B&W/Lucifer IV

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