Quote of the Day – 07.08.19

Museums are interesting.
This place where we’re almost buying admission to take a break from our lives

Abbi Jacobson

Fram Museum
Fram Museum in Oslo
ARoS
ARoS Museum in Aarhus
The Creation of Adam
Teddy Bear Museum in Jeju
Belvedere
Belvedere in Vienna

These photos are my contribution to Lens-Artists Challenge #57 posted by Tina. She asked us to take a break from our hustle life and switch into silent mode. And there is no better place to do so than in a museum.

I also found these photos suitable for Frank’s Photo Challenge: Overhead. In the world of museums, you can easily find a chandelier, a god-like teddy bear, a paper dragon or even a polar ship above your head.

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11 Comments

  1. Tina Schell

    These are gorgeous Len. Must admit museums didn’t occur to me as a break spot but you’re right, they’re a perfect answer! Maybe because for some reason I always have a backache after I’m through!

    1. Len Kagami

      Hihi I know that feeling. It happened to me when visiting the Lourve some years ago. I was too ambitious and wanted to see everything. At the end, my head was ached and my feet were sore. Since then, I have only chosen rooms that I’m really interested in. I especially like large rooms where I can sit and watch larger-than-life paintings 🙂

  2. Virginia Duran

    A lot of museums to visit that I didn’t know about. Thanks for sharing. Do you have a favourite?

    1. Len Kagami

      A difficult choice because each museum is unique. But if I have to choose, Musée des Confluences in Lyon is currently my most favourite. Great exhibition. And it’s complemented by a wonderful architecture 🙂 At the second position is Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, followed by ARoS in Aarhus.

      1. Virginia Duran

        I haven’t been to any of those wonderful museums and had no idea of ARoS, so I am glad I asked you about them – new ideas of places to visit. Thank you 😉

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