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Michenere Museum

Posted by
Steve Kravitz (Florence NJ, United States) on 9 May 2006 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

I visited the James A. Michener Museum Saturday. As you may know, Michener is the author of dozens of best sellers including Tales of the South Pacific, Alaska, Texas, Chesapeake, etc. The movie, South Pacific, was based on his book. The museum featured an Ansel Adams exhbit. However, no pictures were allowed to be taken of Ansel's work. I did see many of his famous pictures in their original printing as done by Adams himself.

NIKON D200 1/30 second F/2.8 ISO 500 20 mm

Shuva from Hyderabad, India

Very good symmetry here! I doubted that A Adam's would be allowed to be photographed.

9 May 2006 6:34am

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

I didn't realize there was a Michner museum - I enjoyed reading his book Hawaii! I bet the Adams exhibit was spectacular.

9 May 2006 9:17am

Madhu from Hyderabad, India

I love the color combinations here.

9 May 2006 10:22am

Nadege from Issy les moulineaux, France

It's like a windows to a forest, cool shot.

9 May 2006 11:47am

Kerstin from Paris, France

Nice simple shot.
I must admit that I did not know James A. Michener so far... shame on me ;-)

9 May 2006 2:48pm

NIKON D200
1/30 second
F/2.8
ISO 500
20 mm