Here I go again. Yesterday I visited the Museum of Fine Arts, for probably the 400th time. I’m exaggerating, but maybe not by much. It was a really fun afternoon with a big group of Japanese high school kids. I took them around to see what I thought were the funnier parts of the museum, like the sculpture made out of paper cups, the painting in the American wing where all the faces are the same and a little history lesson with the portraits for the first couple presidents of the United States. One of them even asked me what my favorite painting was in the museum. It’s a John Singer Sargent of a lady wearing an amazing red dress, but it seems to have been moved.
Walking around though, I realized I hadn’t shot the place using my wide angle lens yet. It was fun to do, just kind of give the place a new look.
See if you like it: