Monday, April 6, 2015

Harn Museum of Art - University of Florida


Lois Anne checking out the art.

21 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Love your composition and what a great shot for the day -- as always!!

Jack said...

Tell her to be careful! That wall is falling over!

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice shot---I hope Lois Anne wasn't tipsy.
Calves have to be fed 3 times a day and it can be a pain in the you know what. That my oldest Cheri and her husband in the pics.
MB

Randy said...

Nice composition.

Linda said...

Lovely capture.

Kay said...

She's doing a good job walking on that slanted floor. (I like how well all the colors go together in this shot, including Lois Anne's top.)

Halcyon said...

Are these some of your works, Lowell?

llandudnopictures said...

Great composition, what did she think?

José Mendonça said...

It seems the both of us have chosen museums today. Brilliant minds...! LOL!

Sharon Anck said...

I love your perspective! Say hello to Lois Anne.

Judy said...

I like the tilt, makes the picture stand out.

magiceye said...

Wonderful composition!!

William Kendall said...

Excellent composition!

Birdman said...

Art museum?
What? No Panera Bread in Gainsville?

RedPat said...

Love the shot, Lowell! And its nice to see Lois Anne!

VP said...

Say hi to Lois Anne, she is so brave on that sloping floor...

Bergson said...

you are on a boat ?

cieldequimper said...

Hope you both enjoyed it, it looks like a cool exhibition!

EG CameraGirl said...

Lois Anne is looking good!

Karl Demetz said...

Nice to see Lois Anne, Lowell!
Jack's comment made me smile.

stardust said...

I’ve learned the woman was Lois Anne from other comment. I envy of her long limbs! Walking through pictures is my favorite pastime.

Thanks for sharing the two poems in your comment on my last post. You made me laugh by “Don’t tell me you’ll call” and “That first cup of coffee” made me feel tender and your warm affection toward Lois. What a lovely partnership! Wish two of you happy and healhy days ahead.

Yoko

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson