Posted by Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 19 May 2012 in Architecture.
Nikon D300 1/100 second F/16.0 ISO 200 105 mm
philadelphia | museum | of | art | architecture | roof | detail
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Wow! An amazing roof line - like something from Egypt, with all those painted details. You know I love this - the subject and your composition and those shadows. Fabulous!
19 May 2012 1:55pm
@Brenda: Glad you like it! I love the colors and shapes.
Looks ancient and so beautiful.
19 May 2012 5:35pm
@Frida: Thank you.
very nice & so beautiful!
19 May 2012 8:27pm
@omid: I'm glad you like it. It is bright!
marvelous art work
19 May 2012 8:44pm
@john4jack: Yes. Looking through the viewfinder, I discovered much beauty at the museum. Thanks for visiting!
Beautiful and intricate details, and love the scalloped shapes too, very artistic. Have a nice weekend :)
20 May 2012 12:08am
@RBL: Thanks. I loved all the color and details in this image.
nicely seen an beautifully captured Anita....
20 May 2012 5:36am
@Lokesh: Thank you, Lokesh
creative composition Anita
20 May 2012 6:33am
Stunning attention to detail along that cornice. Y've got me reading up on it and the folks involved.
20 May 2012 8:12am
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks. I, too, started reading about this amazing building.
Anita, Nice eye for this one. The details and colors are wonderful!
20 May 2012 12:33pm
What exquisite color and detail. Love the horizontal banding..the framing here.
21 May 2012 11:30am
Would you tell me, please, what all those images mean and what they are made of? I have been trying to find out.
2 Oct 2012 4:02am
@Mark Still: Made of terracotta. See here for more info.
Terra cotta, yes, thank you! But what do the images symbolize? I mean, I see the lions, but surely the designs mean something?
2 Oct 2012 11:33am
@mark still: I don't know.
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