I love this first photo and the second one the best part is that red building. These are just excellent my friend :)
James, I love the geometry in these shots. In the second one, that stripe of red in the background building looks great.
wow, that's all I can say--wow!
Is that the ceiling? It is so huge!Nice shots!
Wow! I just am amazed by the first shot. Just stunning.
Funny, mixing the classical dome with a kind of concrete post-modernism in the entrance; Like the red house in the distance.
Definitely like the inside better than the outside.That dome picture is lovely in its tones and clarity. Like the slight off-centred-ness of the centre too. It keeps it human.Lucy
Very graphic shots! I don't always like modern architecture, but I must admit it's often impressive..
Greetings from Norway :)Amazing, that first shot. Love the light, and the composition. Good job!
Wow great shots. Both have fascinating elements. The first one is obvious, the second...the wall shot doesn't jump out at you that something is 'different' until you look a little closer.Very nice!
What a beautiful skylight! And, that red building really leads the eye across the scope of the photo! Very nice...
The first picture reminds me of a scene from Star Wars (okay, I admit, I'm strange!).I like all the lines in the second picture and the red building really pops!Sunny :)
I bet it was great fun looking through this museum. These are nice photos.
That first picture is incredible! It lifts me right up through the roof....
I love the first photo. I like that the center is just off center to show the depth. Nice! The second one I found myself looking at the concrete walls noticing that they don't line up then realizing there are stairs there.
Precision and the color of the wall are impressive. The human wisdom hides infinite possibility. Thank you for showing a wonderful view.
It's outstanding, I'm envious here...I didn't visit this museum!!I know it's a pity.The first shot is magnificent!Léia