Monday, November 14, 2005

Monday Photo Shoot

Scalzi's Monday Photo Shoot: Landmarks
Display a picture you've taken of a famous man-made landmark. Significant buildings, big statues, great walls (particularly in China) -- if people put it together, it counts. Here are Mike & Chris, age 12, in the garden of the Musee Rodin in Paris in July 1998, beneath one of Rodin's most famous pieces of sculpture, The Thinker. This pic was taken by their Dad, with whom they were traveling.

10 comments:

Jackie said...

How cool!!! :)

jackie

Tina said...

Where's Dobie Gillis?

Judith said...

What a fun photograph!
Judith

Pixie said...

I wanna go to Paris!

Donna said...

Great photo! I hope to see it in person myself some day!

Donna

Anonymous said...

I wanna go to Paris too! Yeah, where is Dobie Gillis?

Karen said...

Hmm. I don't think we got there on my only trip to Paris, way back in 1972. Maybe someday.... - Karen

V said...

Terrific!! We have a great Rodin museum in Philly also, including the original "Gates of Hell".
http://www.rodinmuseum.org/

Courtenay said...

Now I understand why he captured the subject nude ... not quite the same with tennis shoes and clothes...cMp
cute chidren...thanks for sharing Courtenay

Ann said...

What an awesome shot!!! :) :) :)