Today we're at the metropolitan Museum in new York City. It's one of my favorite places and it's probably the most important museum in the world. Unfortunately, I don't live in new York anymore.
This is one of the huge galleries where they have contemporary art. I shot this with a Sony DSC-F707 using its Nightshot (infrared) mode. The picture is a tad overexposed, but the composition, with the museum guard at the apex of the image is promising, so let's see what we can do.
So this is where we end up. No longer a photograph, but something closer to art. Something you might want to hang on your wall.
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