Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Dive



I love the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and have posted several pictures taken there. This is another one, though I forgot to write down the sculptors' name, I love the perspective a wide-angle lens provides.

5 comments:

Laurie said...

This is so wonderfully atmospheric and dramatic - like I expect the guy to start speaking in Nostradamus quatrains. (Wait, Nostradamus did write quatrains, didn't he?)

Seriously. This rocks.

Laurie said...

HEy again Scott!

Yesterday I received - by surprise - the "Blogging Friends Forever" Award for my photography.

According to the rules I can now award this honor to 5 other bloggers of my choice.
I have chosen your blog as I am such a fan of your work.
Please visit my blog and you will see your name among the 5 other awardees. Then it will be your turn to give the award yourself to 5 other bloggers of your choice, according to the rules you will find indicated there.
So.... tag, you're it!

JM said...

Fantastic shot! Love the angle.

Just Roaming The Cities said...

This is such a great shot. I am finally getting to the institute this weekend, and hopefully I can find this guy!

Holly said...

Wonderful photo --- hope you will start posting again soon.
Holly, sicilydaybyday.blogspot.com; hollyberryelf.blogspot.com

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