My Weekly Pic
I took this pic at the Park Avenue Armory - I loved how the video installation made everything black and white.

I took this pic at the Park Avenue Armory - I loved how the video installation made everything black and white.

Um..I fell a little behind a “weekly” post but I will be more diligent, I swear.  A few weeks ago I went to my 5th-year business school reunion.  Amazing weather, great friends, etc.  On my way out of town I stopped at the Museum of Fine Arts to see the Dale Chihuly show.  I think his work is so beautiful it almost hurts.  The way he manipulates color and light to create pieces that can be subtle, brash, or alien is just remarkable.  This pic is of a room that has a glass ceiling with dozens of his pieces of work backlit.  It was like being underwater and looking up at hundreds of colored fish. 

Um..I fell a little behind a “weekly” post but I will be more diligent, I swear.  A few weeks ago I went to my 5th-year business school reunion.  Amazing weather, great friends, etc.  On my way out of town I stopped at the Museum of Fine Arts to see the Dale Chihuly show.  I think his work is so beautiful it almost hurts.  The way he manipulates color and light to create pieces that can be subtle, brash, or alien is just remarkable.  This pic is of a room that has a glass ceiling with dozens of his pieces of work backlit.  It was like being underwater and looking up at hundreds of colored fish. 

My first post!  I thought I would dig way back into the archives to find one of my favorite photos.  This was taken in New Zealand near some sulphur springs.  Whatever is growing on this tree may or may not be related to the sulphur springs, but either way it was beautiful and I love how the background is washed out (and it helps it was winter so there was little to no green in the background).  It makes the branches pop even more and gives it an otherwordly look.

My first post!  I thought I would dig way back into the archives to find one of my favorite photos.  This was taken in New Zealand near some sulphur springs.  Whatever is growing on this tree may or may not be related to the sulphur springs, but either way it was beautiful and I love how the background is washed out (and it helps it was winter so there was little to no green in the background).  It makes the branches pop even more and gives it an otherwordly look.