Thursday, September 2, 2010

Window

This is a photo taken from inside the Cloisters, the branch of the Met Museum dedicated to Medieval art, that I mentioned yesterday. The museum is located in northern Manhattan in Fort Tryon Park, and you can see the Hudson River in the background of this picture. It's a lovely setting. I don't know much about the stained glass, other than it came from a church in Europe I believe.


5 comments:

Wanda said...

What a beautiful piece of art.

Glad you enjoy my ABC Wednesdays. It can be a challenge to find those pictures to go with a letter, but I truly enjoy doing it!

Blue Wave 707 said...

Nice shot! Plus nice balance of light!

Babzy said...

the stain glass is really beautiful when enlarged !

The Plainsman said...

Just Right! One of my favorite park/museums of Manhattan, with an added plus - a few years ago, a search for a web image of the Cloisters led to a past photo of yours and my subsequent discovery of your photoblog! ;o)

Olivier said...

beau vitrail, dans un des endroits les plus beaux de NYC, en plus si j'ai bien compris tu habites pas loin, tu en as de la chance