Wo! Spooky!Great place to put art. Never saw a olive press with FOUR crushing stones.
Bom dia JM!Wow Modern Art!I loved the angle and composition in the second shot!Great idea!Keen Colours!Léia :-)
What an interesting installation. I have a friend who makes mounted cloth animal heads...humane trophies...they're wonderful.
That second shot is so good JM! I like the colors too.
This looks like an interesting exhibition. I'm curious about the color of the walls. Are they always this deep red? It certainly makes a dramatic backdrop for the art.
Very nice images. Well lighted and perfectly framed.
Interesting photos JM :)Have a great weekend!
Cool shots. I'm only now in my old age ;-) beginning to appreciate some modern art, I like the top one a lot.
Interesting...we tend to get the real thing over here! I like that wallpaper...but I'm not sure I could live with it.
It's strange, I'm not sure what I feel about it. Wallpaper (or at least I think it's wallpaper) is funny - interesting mixture of cosy animal pattern and those demonic pictures:)
I'd like to visit there in a very hot day,It might get me cool.
No, Sharon, the red pannels are part of the exhibition. The building interiors are white as you can check clicking the link.
Weird, but fascinating!
I love both of these shots, but the one into the mirror is so interesting!
Utilizing these two images together really completes this mysterious story -- Brilliant!
The wallpaper is brilliant!
Not sure what they are hunting here
quiet strange indeed !
I like the warm colours:)
Great use of forgotten buildings :)
Whose house is that? And why were you there? A very interesting place.Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come back tomorrow for more of the Keukenhof series!joyA Pinay In EnglandYour Love CoachI, Woman
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