Alphabet Photography Project: G is for Glass

G is for Glass

One of my favourite galleries is the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, it is one of my happy places. And, this is one of my favourite exhibits; a must-see in the Contemporary Art wing. I have been known to spend quite some time mesmerised by it!

The piece is called ‘Endlessly Repeating Twentieth Century Modernism’ and is by the artist John McElheny.

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36 thoughts on “Alphabet Photography Project: G is for Glass”

  1. Lucas says – OOOHHHH Look at all that glass – awesome photo! I would NEVER be allowed in that museum by the Mother. She’d be having kittens if I walked past all that glass!! he he #alphabetphoto

  2. Wicked World of Lucas

    Wow hun. This is amazing. The reflections in the glass is fab. Such a great photo. You could actually enlarge this and frame this – would make a great focal point in a room x #alphabetphoto

  3. I’ve been lucky enough to visit the MFA in Boston a couple of times during recent years and it’s incredible. I have a photo of the same exhibit from the last time we went in 2012. I can also thoroughly recommend the Peabody-Essex Museum in Salem if you haven’t been. Thanks for sharing x

    1. The MFA is fabulous. I loved the Peabody-Essex Museum too, although I had the kids with me so didn’t get as much time for a proper wander as I would have liked :)

  4. When the Dust Settles

    That is an amazing photo, made even more special by the fact you didn’t capture your own reflection, how did you manage that??

    1. Now that you mention it, I’m actually not sure! I took quite a few, and I’m not in any of the close up ones. But I am in the ones I took from further away. I guess it’s something to do with the internal mirrors in the box? Thank you!

  5. Megan - Truly Madly Kids

    Wow! Too capture its beauty and all the reflections are hard! Well done for getting it so well. Thanks for linking to #iotw

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