Sunday, June 28, 2009

belly of the beast





this is how a native milwaukeean described the inside of their uniquely designed art museum. I also thought it happened to be a great shot for shadow shot sunday too. for more lovely shadows, please go here thanks to tracy over at hey harriets.
below is another interesting view of the inside of the art museum. isn't this place cool? I found walking through this clean well lit interior so relaxing. have a great sunday everyone.
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15 comments:

Ian France said...

I love the title of this post, it really describes the inside of the museum quite well. Good shot for shadow shot sunday ;)

bj said...

Really great post for Shadow Shot Sunday.

Sylvia K said...

I love it! And yes, I love the title as well. Fantastic shadow shots!

Vicki said...

Love the architecture, it makes great shadows too!

Pietro said...

Very interesting design of the inside of the museum. Great shots!

Hey Harriet said...

I like the 'belly of the beast' description. I want to be inside that belly! I've never seen anything quite like that before. I love it when venues that display art are designed in such a way that they are big beautiful pieces of art themselves! I wish I could visit this museum!

Rosebud Collection said...

That is really a neat shot. I also like the title. Very clever.
Happy SSS.

bobbie said...

It's a beautiful Shadow Shot Sunday. It must be a beautiful place to visit.

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of so many out in space movies. I can see how the atmosphere can cause one to feel relaxed, nice clean lines, no confusion. Glad you had an opportunity to see the museum. PGma :-)

Paz said...

Awesome shadow shot. Awesome-looking museum.

Paz

Happily Retired Gal said...

Wonderful shadows in this unique museum. Love your title ... it's perfect ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Priscilla said...

Such places just call out to be photographed. Nice work, Lily!

Sally in WA said...

Great shadows in this photo.

luvmyboys said...

I love the shadows in the first picture. The second one is very sci-fi-ish. I can imagine people walking around in outfits from Logan's Run.

Linda said...

Wow -- what a great building -- and great shadows!