Molly was sick with the flu yesterday, so I stayed home from work with the kids. I took them to the Betty Brinn Children's Museum at their request, and when I got there I could understand why. It was a totally awesome place filled with what seems like endless exhibits both educational and fun. It was hard to keep track of the boys because I wanted to play with all the exhibits too.
This photo is a piece of artwork that was located in the windows facing Lake Michigan. Actually, there were about 15 of these similar works of art. I assume they were done by some local children, but I didn't see any signage for the artists; otherwise, I would have noted it here. Each piece was very good, but this was the only one that faced the light properly. When I took this picture I realized that it was for a photoblog post because it's not something people usually photograph I'm sure. This is one of the reasons I like this photoblog because it forces me to think outside of the ordinary in an effort to visually capture your attention and improve my creativity and skills as a photographer.
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Camera: NIKON D70
Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec
Aperature: f 4.5
Equiv Focal Length: 60 mm
Shooting Mode: Aperature Priority
Metering Type: Multi-Segment