12.1.15

#25 Long Shadows

I can't explain how we have spent five winters down here and hadn't yet gone to see the Ringling Art Museum in Sarastota until just recently - it is a fascinating and beautiful place.   The sculptures down in the gardens that this balcony surrounded were no doubt famous and important works of classical art, but I found the light arches and long shadows thrown by the late afternoon sun to be far more interesting than the naked bronze guys standing in a fountain.  

6 comments:

Patricia Reed said...

very nice and perfect in black and white.

Mary Nell said...

Great composition, Tim, and very nice in black and white. Good job.

Deedie said...

You took great advantage of your venue. Love the shot and the monochrome.

That's all for now! said...

Love the arches.... very nice for black and white. :)

George Case said...

There are so many opportunities for great photos at Ringling. You have certainly captured my favorite.

suekarski said...

A well photographed location and you did it justice with yours.