..dunno what was going on here, but they were animatedly discussing about something..
..i make it a point to take note of what i’m taking a shot of, be it a location or an object.. i think i failed this time, all i know is that this is in the ‘european sculpture & decorative arts’ section of the met..
Marble sarcophagus with the Triumph of Dionysos and the Seasons
Roman, Late Imperial, Gallienic, ca. A.D. 260–270
Overall: 34 x 85 x 36 1/4 in. (86.4 x 215.9 x 92.1 cm)
Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, 1955 (55.11.5)
..an artist showcasing (and selling) her work..
..halfway done..let’s toil towards the weekend..
..took a walk yesterday to relieve myself of all the calories i’ve been wolfing down..
..okay, so the guy on the right isn’t showing any butt crack, but still, the position is pretty close.. 😀
NY may be a pricey place to stay but some things are free.. Unknown by some, museums sometimes allow free admission or a voluntary donation. Say for example, The Met.. the three of us were able to get in for just a buck.
This is the rooftop of The Met, it was a Friday so people were guzzling booze & shooting the crap.
From the rooftop of The Met, a grandma & grandson (I suppose..) looking down Fifth Avenue..
In my previous post, I’ve talked about creepy archaic bedrooms. Now here’s the actual bed. 🙂
If you’ve ever been to The Met, you’ve probably have been into one of those European rooms that have been reconstructed & restored in one of the gallery rooms. The reconstructed room may originally be a part of a house or a hotel and is made to look exactly like the original. This photo is just a part of what the bedroom ceiling looks like. Creepy, no? I couldn’t imagine sleeping in one of those big four poster beds, in a room with a bunch of sculptures or carvings of cherubs / babies (however cute they may be). It’s just plain creepy.