I am finding photos in my archives that I have never blogged about before, some suitable for Norm’s Thursday Doors challenge. We were on our own our last day in Cairo, because we were going to Israel to join up with a tour group there. On recommendation, we decided to go to the Museum of […]Read More Thursday Doors: Cairo’s Islamic Art Museum
One of the “must-sees” at the Chicago Art Institute is the Chagall windows. They are located at the end of a long hallway, in the same room with replicas of other famous artists’ Chicago artwork (such as the Picasso sculpture whose original is in front of the Daley Center). Posted for Ludwig Keck’s Monday Window […]Read More Monday Window: Chagall
I took this photo last June at the Louvre in Paris, at the meeting spot for our family group of four after a couple of hours roaming around individually. It’s not particularly complimentary to them, and I think maybe my son saw me taking it since he is looking right at the camera, but it’s […]Read More Lens-Artists #67 – Candid at the Louvre
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is photos capturing people unaware, in other words, candid shots., reminding me of that old TV show, Candid Camera. Visitor on a rocking horse outside Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam Women in Arusha, Tanzania A Chicago Sinfonietta concert patron tries out the sitar during intermission at Symphony Hall in Chicago… […]Read More CFFC: You’re On Candid Camera!
June 14, 2018 We left Oklahoma City this morning, and acquired our new Oklahoma Route 66: The Ultimate Road Trip booklet along the way, which lists many more exciting attractions than the AAA guide we’d been using up to that point! This Oklahoma guide has the advantage of listing all the attractions in order as […]Read More Getting Our Kicks on the Road in Oklahoma (Route 66, Day 7, Part 1)