Week that Was in a Writer’s Images
Rodin museum pictures for week of Aug. 28th to Sept. 1st by Author Scot Fin. Full size slideshow at the bottom of this post.
Rodin museum pictures – August 28th
I had to do a little thinking about what to post this week. While I don’t do selfies, I thought this one made me look very intelligent. And if it just looks like I’m wasting time, I would say, well actually Rodin would say it better, “Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely.” Okay, if you want to see the real thing, the museum is at 77 Rue de Varenne, Paris and Le Pensevr translated is, of course, his 1902 famous sculpture The Thinker.
Sculpture picture – August 29th
I think I startled this lovely young lady while I was enjoying my stroll through the museum gardens. But then it was her who was standing out there naked.
Sculpture and Dome picture – August 30th
After a lot of walking through the gardens, here I am, determined to drag myself to Napoleon’s Tomb. Actually, walking through the gardens is very relaxing and, well, that really isn’t me. Good view of the dome part of The Dôme des Invalides while enjoying the sculptures though.
Quote and garden picture – August 31st
I found it easy to be patient while strolling through these gardens, but I don’t think in this particular case I exhibited much action. That was probably because I was enjoying the gardens and that other structure, whatever it might be, popping up again. I do like the quote though and think it has a valid point.
Lantern picture – September 1st
Where there’s art, there’s art. It, however, doesn’t even have to be on display. And, now inside the Museum building, there is much on display.
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- Week of Aug. 28th to Sept 1st images