San Francisco Museum of Modern Art San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. February 24, 2017
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Very cool photo. 😀
Cee, thank you. SFMOMA is a great museum and has a great number of places to photograph.
That is a great frame 🙂
Joshi, thank you. The SFMOMA has some wonderful architectural spaces. This is one that I enjoy. By moving up, down, right or left it gives you a significantly different perspective. Definitely fun.
Gotta get there one day. I love this shot with the different levels. Do you have any of the exterior? I don’t think I’ve ever seen it.
Actually no not of the front. I’d recommend going to their website or do a Google search>images. It should show it.
It is well worth a visit. I’d recommend setting aside a full day for looking and photographing.
Wow. Quite the building. Can you believe there’s and exhibit of Diane Arbus right now through April? I won’t be anywhere near there till late May.
It is quite a building and their collections are extensive and deep. The Diane Arbus show originated in New York at the Met. I saw it in New York and was thrilled with it. You might want to check to see if it is going to another museum nearer you.
Interesting subject; well taken!
Harrie, thank you. SFMOMA has some excellent architectural spaces.
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