Thursday, October 17, 2013

Small Discovery

I went to the Indianapolis Museum of Art this afternoon to wander the galleries 
and the museum's beautiful grounds.There's a fountain near 
the Lilly mansion, Oldfields, where I caught sight of some fallen leaves. 
They had clotted together on the surface of the pond 
to create a colorful composition of their own.
Afterwards, I crossed the Central Canal to visit the 100-Acre Wood. 
The picture below is a view of the canal taken from the west side 
of the foot bridge, looking south towards 38th Street.


dive said...

That has to be one of the most beautiful photos I've seen on the interweb, Speedway; you've excelled even your own stratospheric standards.

mabepi said...

Indeed, very beautiful.
But the "Hundred Acre Wood" is in "Winnie-the-Pooh", at the IMA it is just the 100 Acres, The Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park :-)