Oh my, it really has been quite some time since I last posted!
I promise that I didn't forget about this blog! I've just been trying to adjust to my new work/life balance which has shaken things up quite a bit! I started flying solo as a nurse a couple of months ago and to be honest, I end most of my twelve-hour workdays exhausted and unable to even write out a few measly lines in my journal, much less sequencing out a blog post such as this.
But look now! Here it is, words from today and photos from eons ago!
As the rest of the world sips on their Kool-Aid as this pandemic continues to wreck our country, I continue the tradition of hiding out in my studio apartment then seeking solace in empty museums when I want to look at less barren walls.
Thus! The moment I heard that the Museum of Art was finally reopening, I immediately whipped out my membership card and ordered two tickets for the first days available.
As I took Kim on her first tour through the museum, I did the usual snapshots of fun artifacts I found along the way until an idea popped into my mind. Why not try taking more abstract photos within the museum by taking advantage of their environmental lighting!
I loved the idea and the next two photos are my favorites from this concept! I love how defined the lines are while the heavy grain creates a feeling of a large canvas painting.
Well, that's all I got for you today! Next post, I'm excited to show you some (hopefully) sweet photos of me achieving a childhood dream: Going to Washington DC and getting lost in a Smithsonian museum!
I had such a wonderful weekend vacation and took a bunch of photos of people, monuments, and more!
Hope you enjoyed the post, I'll be seeing you (a lot sooner) next time!
P.S. In that last photo, Kim is eating the most delicious sandwich we've ever had. If you're ever in Philly, please go to Middle Child and order their Shopsin Club sandwich. Oh! And ask for extra napkins so that you can wipe away the tears of joy after your first bite.