Monday, 28 February 2011

Mosaic Monday: Black And Light

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…More art from the Textile Museum’s collections…

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Black and White, Shadows and Light

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16 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos and mosaics - what fun it must be to visit that museum ! I am your newest follower.

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  2. wow, i am a big fan of black and white, colors i mean. these are fantabulous.. i love all of them. that dress is my favorite and with the light added to the black and white PERFECTION for me...

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  3. These are a treat! A place I'd surely enjoy visiting :)

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  4. Thankyou for sharing these amazing creative beautiful creations with us.

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  5. Your shots are fabulous, what a cool museum!

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  6. I'm so glad to see more of your Textile Museum Photos. They are especially captivating in the mosaic groupings. What a great ShootOut! Thanks for sharing...Sue

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  7. WOW!!! Black and light, a fabulous theme, and fabulois photos to go with it!!! I love the thing that looks like white rings, and the way you have centered the black and white hanging right in the middle of the hole in the last picture. This is some of your best work ever!!!

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  8. Gorgeous! I would love to visit a textile museum! You did a great job capturing the feel of the place!

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  9. I love these. Love the architectural look to the textiles! What a wonderful museum.

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  10. Lovely photos of these exciting displays!!!
    Have a beautiful week!!!

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  11. So interesting/unique. Love your post!

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  12. Classic!

    Have a great week.

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  13. Terrific photos of a great display. Love the theme and your presentation of it. Especially love that last shot, a work of art!

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  14. Thank you all for your comments. I was fascinated myself by this exhibition (as you can probably tell). Not a lot of people just when I was there so I was free to walk around and look at things from all angles. I actually felt like I learned a lot from that and was impressed by how the works of art had been hung and how best use had been made of space and light. I think I get so much more out of an exhibition like this since I got more into photography myself - much more aware of shapes and angles, shadow and light...

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