Welcome to the city that never sleeps!
Ming the Merciless
Metropolitan Museum of Art,
Sakura/Cherry blossoms are in full bloom - a walk is planned this weekend.
Impressive! That's the Met in its splendour!Visit some blogs to get updated and walk a bit, as we have a gorgeous day outside... Unless i find something else unavoidable at the Lisbon Time Out! ;)BlogtrotterGil
Love the shots from yesterday and today. We were at the Frist two weeks ago, and while it's nice, it is definitely nothing like the Met!If you get a chance to stop by my blog today, I've a great story to share!@
To hopefully get a full night's sleep at least one night for the first time in three weeks! Work has been banging me so hard that my whole body is sore!
I had no idea that this place was so beautiful!
I think I visited this museum when I spent some days in New York (10 years ago...)but I didn't remember it was so beautiful...I do remember a museum with many things from South America and Mexico (wonderful masks made of feathers), do you think it was the same one?Answering to your question of yesterday, I know quite well le Musée d'Orsay and its paintings, I love Le Louvre where you can spend an entire week and the last museum I visited was le Mémorial de la Shoah, in Paris too. Have a nice weekend, Ming, here the weather is...capricious.
Lovely. I like all the domes and arches!
I'd like to come see the Met, stand below that round window in your photo. Instead I think I will plant some herbs early and later climb a mountain. That should make for a wonderful Sunday.
Beautiful photo...I love the perspective!
Wonderful photo, Ming!
Gorgeous. Beautiful. Lyric. Love these photos, Ming.
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