Monday, June 21, 2010

Constructing Art

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Beyond the main entrance of the St. Louis Art Museum are a pair of great yellow cranes. The museum has begun a major addition, even in these hard economic times. The only downside is that almost all of the museum's parking is gone. We expected that to cause a problem last night when we went to Shakespeare In The Park's production of Hamlet, which was performed in a natural amphitheater just down from the lower left of this image. We got home very late so perhaps an update later.


7 comments:

lewi14 said...

Very nice composition, Bob. I wonder about the additon in these hard economic times. But I'm glad to read about it. It makes sound sense.

Olivier said...

une belle composition, on dirait deux armes pour prot├ęger le palais

Virginia said...

So know you've gone to showing cranes. Wayne will be beside himself. THese look the "yeller" ones they have all around St. Sulpice STILL!

Sharon said...

I'll be interested in the progress here. This was one of my favorite places in St. Louis.

Wayne said...

There's nothing like a great crane shot Bob.

Welcome to the dark side. :-)

Virginia said...

B
Don't let W lure you there. Stay strong!
V

T. Becque said...

Composition is very nice.