First up is the Met itself and some statues.
|It was a very busy Saturday in NYC. The one thing I've|
missed most since moving away 20-some odd
years ago, is the museums. I <3 art.
|Close up on the decorative facade of the Met.|
|One of the sculpture halls.|
What fascinates me about art is the way the artist speaks to us so clearly. Time is no obstacle. Language is no obstacle. Art transcends both. There is a young artist sketching the statue. What will he leave behind to inspire future generations?
|Moments in time that transcend the ages|
|A sculpture of a Siren. I love the interplay of foreboding|
with alluring beauty. Makes me think about capturing
the same feel in type.
|My niece asked me to photograph this on our|
way to find the Egyptian Temple.
|This statue was in the same room. It|
spoke to me. What did it say?
I'm not sure about that part yet.
I read Scientific American on the plane, which got my juices going on story ideas, too. I should get a subscripton. It often inspires me.
What has inspired you lately?