weekly photo challenge: from lines to patterns

September 20, 2013 at 9:58 am 8 comments

orsay museum clock

one of the main features of the musée d’orsay building is its huge clock that can be viewed from distances away. one early afternoon, i had a chance to take a picture of it from the inside of the museum. as it was against the light, its lines and patterns became more visible in black in white.

if you’re in paris, the musée d’orsay (orsay museum) is a must-see. it’s located on the left bank of the seine river in the heart of the city. among other things, it contains the largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpiece paintings by monet, cézanne, van gogh, renoir, degas, etc. visiting the museum is time well-spent if you can avoid the crowd.

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