Monday, December 10, 2007

Schermerhorn reflections

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At lunch time, I enjoy walking off a meal by photographing anything of remote interest that could pass off as "art". At least in my eyes.

Today, I was at the courtyard of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center taking maybe twenty pictures of the reflections in the round water fountain. I was mesmerized by the images of all the beautiful reflections than I didn't realized that the gentle wind creating the ripples was soaking my beige pants from the knees down.

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See the other photos at my Flickr set.

4 comments:

chez b├ęziat said...

I love the music in those shots. I even see a record and a turntable's spindle just above the statue.

Beautiful.

Kerry Woo said...

chez - great eye!

Sharon Cobb said...

Fabulous photos!
Have you ever walked around the inside and studied the craftsmanship?
Every stone and every carving has a reason. It's magnificent.

The turntable is magical!

Squirrel Queen said...

Wonderful depth and of course, you're pants will dry eventually.