Photographer's Note

I recently went to the National Gallery of Art in Melbourne with a friend of mine. He is an architect from Toronto and he pointed out details in the local architecture that made the trip into the city more interesting. I got to appreciate the art on the walls in the gallery as well as the structure of the building itself.

This photo is taken inside the front entrance of the gallery. Continuous water streamed through the front windows. The doorman out front became distracted momentarily - I guess sometimes the paintings on the walls are not the most interesting thing to look at here.

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