Reflections at the entrance of La Musée de Rodin.
The "Rodin Museum opened in November 1929. A unique ensemble of Beaux-Arts architecture and a formal French garden in which to experience the sculpture of Auguste Rodin, the Museum was designed by French architect Paul Cret (1876–1945) and French landscape designer Jacques Gréber (1882–1962)."
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Great reflection. I think the people make this image special, so—good timing, James!
a nice building and great reflection. Love the people being there too.
Thanks for hosting :)
Big, huge sigh. My FAVORITE Phili spot. Were the trees out front just bursting with their yellow leaves??!! LOVELY shot!
o wow that is marvellous
super reflection...I love the guy lazing about on the ledge!
Ist das eine tolle Aufnahmen.
Lieben Gruß Eva
a marvelous reflection of a wondrous building!
This is wonderful reflection !!
Love your reflection this week. It's just stunning.
Am a fan of Rodin, and have seen his work in an open air museum in Antwerp, about 1 1/2 hr. from where I lived in my childhood. Architecturally. a beautiful entrance here. Grand, but not bombastic:) And the reflection adds so much to the whole view:)
Great shot ... awesome reflection. Now that is a museum I would like to go to. I have been a Rodin fan since I was in college (won't tell you how long ago that was). You just made my day, James ... thanks!
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Brilliant composition James, love the people element, especially sleeping guy :)
Fabulous reflection. Thank for hosting. Have a wonderful weekend.
J'aime ' l'Endormi ' au jardin du ' Penseur ' !
Excellent reflection! So nice they made a special museum about Rodin in Philadelphia.
What an amazing reflection and location!
What a giant reflection, and so clear! Wonderful!
Cela doit être un musée très agréable. C'est en étant aux US et en visitant San Francisco que j'ai découvert qu'il y avait plus qu'une sculpture du "penseur" de Rodin dont quelques-unes aux US.
Fantastic reflection. Looks like one visitor is enjoying himself!
I wish people could divwe the link to their post, not the blog URL. I don´t fancy having to guess which post to comment on :( It is time consuming :(
Now that's a place I would love to visit and of course, the reflection is superb! No trip to Europe this autumn?
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