Tuesday, April 21, 2009

The Moon

"The Moon" by Chihuly stands out at night and really does look other wordly.  

This particular art was very tough to photograph.  I tried many photos both day and night until I finally got this one.  

The Moon looks much more magical at night than in the daytime. In fact, this particular glass art exhibit does not look anything like this photo in the daytime. I will post a day time photo in the future so you can compare.  

Chihuly's Sun is dazzling in this exhibition and the Moon balances the installation quite nicely. For some more Chihuly eye candy and to see Chihuly's Sun, just select Chihuly under Labels. Also, don't forget tomorrow is Earth Day!

13 comments:

Olivier said...

magnifique, cette couleur est surprenante.

cieldequimper said...

I can imagine it was hard to photograph, but it's so, so beautiful!

Clueless in Boston said...

It almost looks like a Nasa picture of the cosmos.

Sharon said...

I agree, this one is difficult to photograph effectively. This photo is sort of other-worldly.

Trojan Gayle said...

an amazing photo! how did you capture this image? I send the rest of your followers - WOW!

Christopher Raun Leth said...

The image was certainly worth the patience. An impressive piece of art ... and an excellent photo.

Tricia said...

beautiful! great shot!

Now i'm on my way to see more Chihuly

mo'ikeha said...

It is said, 'the pure wind and the full moon, you are not able to paint' - you surely came close to proof otherwise!

glenda said...

This is really a great shot. Looks so different in the light of day.

Jacob said...

Amazing! Superb job!

Tash said...

Totally magical. You've really captured the essence of it's beauty. Glad you tried so hard.

Tash said...

PS - I've really enjoyed the photos of Teliesin W. I remember seeing a PBS video in the early '80s on the students that worked there during summers. I really like seeing the details in your photos.

magicpolaroid said...

stupenda!! fantstic photo!
ciao, Luis

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