Saturday, January 2, 2010

a night at the museum

this week at the royal ontario museum
they featured late nites and half price admission
my friend ron and i
braved the cold
and stood in line to see the
vanity fair exhibit (above a photo taken outside the rom)

portrait photographers included
Helmut Newton, Nan Goldin, Herb Ritts,
Harry Benson, Mario Testino, Bruce Weber
and Annie Leibovitz


walkways through the r.o.m.


on our way out
we wondered through
the natural history gallery
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i thought this shot would be great for
shadow shot sunday







the giant japanese spider crab
they have a leg span of 3 to 7 meters!!!
how much butter would i need?

11 comments:

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Looks like a lovely time! The museum at night! The shadows you found are fantastic....glad you braved the cold!

Bonnie, Original Art Studio said...

Stunning photographs...perhaps worth waiting for in the cold? I sure think so, but I wasn't doing the waiting.

Joops said...

Great shadow shots! Following your blog now.

My shadow Shots, have a great weekend and a happy new year!

Lost Aussie said...

Great pics! and Happy New Year. Did my parcel ever arrive?

Leslie Jane Moran said...

I loved that exhibit. Very inspiring.

Jonny Hamachi said...

Awesome!!

Very!

Irene said...

Can you believe the Washington Post called it the ugliest building.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Shadow butterfly,
can you wing your way to where
darksome faeries sing?

Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful photos, the photo of the outside of the building is very impressive and I love the way the butterflies seem to glow

Sylvia K said...

What terrific shadow shots, Nancy! Definitely worth waiting in the cold for! Wishing you all good things for the new year! Enjoy!

Sylvia

sarayutouched said...

the butterflies are fantastic. worth the wait.

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