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Philadelphia Museum of Art--Pediment

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 25 May 2012 in Architecture.

Pediment sculpture entitled "Western Civilization" (1933) by C. Paul Jennewein, with painted terra-cotta figures depicting Greek gods and goddesses.
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NIKON D300 1/200 second F/16.0 ISO 200 32 mm

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Michelle from Elverson, United States

Wow, gorgeous!

25 May 2012 11:40am

@Michelle: Thank you, Michelle!

RBL from Oxford, United States

Beautiful intricate details and art! Have a great holiday weekend Anita :)

25 May 2012 11:37pm

@RBL: Thank you. I hope you and family have a nice time together!

Brenda from Canton, United States

You continue to torture me with your images of this amazing building. Another stunner of amazing detail. You seem to be taking quite well to these architectural subjects.

25 May 2012 11:59pm

@Brenda: Thanks. I think I like architecture because it doesn't move nor talk back!

Chantal from Terheijden, Netherlands

this is a great composition Anita, spot on, nice symmetry

26 May 2012 6:01am

@Chantal: Thank you!

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Lovely work, Anita - your bright presentation really does this proud !

26 May 2012 6:58am

@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks! Easy to do with such a colorful subject.

Sue from Nashville, United States

WOW! Such stunning detail and color.

26 May 2012 9:56pm

Marcie from United States

Terrific framing. Love how you've given us just the most important parts and pieces of the story!

29 May 2012 11:33am

NIKON D300
1/200 second
F/16.0
ISO 200
32 mm

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