Sunday, September 20, 2009

New York - The Museums

Pin It While I was in New York I had the opportunity to visit three different museums.

I had planned on writing a blog full of the words I’ve come to love to use, but it’s already much too late this evening; therefore, I’ll instead let the images speak for themselves.

Goodnight.



























14 comments:

cari said...

Awesome pictures as always!

I love how you wore your A.E. shirt in New York. :)

Linn said...

Wow, wow, WOW! Those are incredible!

Corine said...

Great photos (speaking for the last NY blog too :)! I absolutely love going to museums and looking at museum photos!

PS. Last night, my teen daughter walked by as I looked at your last blog. She asked me to "go back" as I scrolled down past the photos of you and Yancy, then stopped for a long pause, and admiringly commented that she LOVES both your and Yancy's hair, and that she thinks you're both cute :D
...thought it might be fun to know.

Gerb said...

I can't pick a favorite...

What is the wall you are standing in front of in the last one? Does everyone who visits mark their height there? That looks awesome.

Gerb said...

p.s. If the measure of a fantastic photo is whether or not it makes someone want to see the place in person, then your photos are fantastic.

Drew said...

Really, really, really professional. I love these pics. I have a friend who just died of an overdose. I myself went to drug rehab, but he didn't make it. If you could take pictures of the funeral, that would be awesome.

Teachinfourth said...

C - I figured that I had to be true to my school...

L - Thanks; being there was truly amazing.

C - I had to wait quite a while for a few of the shots because people kept wandering through. All of the museums were pretty crowded, and I had to wait for just the right moment.

G - That was one of the exhibits at the MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) where it started off as a blank-walled room where the visitors would write their height. As I was holding out my camera taking a few shots, a man took a few shots of me doing so; I had become art...

By the way, you'd love being in those places; you could literally get lost for hours.

D - Sorry to hear about your friend and I'm flattered that you would like me to do photos of the funeral; however, without specifics it makes it difficult.

SO said...

*sigh* Thanks for sharing these photos. I love museums and wish there were more around here. One day I'll make it to NY. One day.

hintonrae said...

Museums in a nutshell. Love it.

annette said...

What an awesome bunch of pictures. Nice way to capture some highlights of your museum visit.

Danielle said...

so awesome

Yancy said...

awesome photos
I'm so glad that you loved your trip

Teachinfourth said...

S - If you do make it, the The Met. is probably the museum of choice.

L - Amen!

A - And I only shared a handful...

D - It was truly amazing.

Y - It was so worth the visit. Thanks for letting me crash with you guys.

Valerie said...

Very cool! Now that we're east coasters, we could actually visit them ourselves. You've motivated me. There are some fantastic museums here in D.C. And they are all free!! You and Yancy should come visit!!

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