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.


2 comments:

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 :-)