Tacoma Glass Museum

Art by Chihuly
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This is taken of a glass ceiling on a freeway overpass. To stench the imagination a bit, it is like viewing coral while snorkeling. These are individual pieces placed on the clear over head glass ceiling!

Permission was granted by the museum to photograph the public art
Nikon D90
18-105mm Nikkor lens
f8
ISO 400

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“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” Ansel Adams

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Barbara Burkhardt Photography

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Comments

  • akaurora
    akauroraabout 5 years ago

    Oh WOW Barb, this is so cool….love the colors and design!! Take Care ~ Deb ~ :)

  • Will do, we are closing in on Stewart and hopefully some Bear sightings.

    – Barbara Burkhardt

  • 2913
    2913about 5 years ago

    Outstanding ! I wish I could see light through it all, be it artificial or incidental sunshine shafts

  • I wish you could too – thank you for your comment

    – Barbara Burkhardt

  • Holly Werner
    Holly Wernerabout 5 years ago

    Very cool.

  • Thanks Holly

    – Barbara Burkhardt

  • Holly Kempe
    Holly Kempealmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful colours, shapes and textures!

  • I thank you for commenting on my interpretation Holly.

    – Barbara Burkhardt

  • Crowmanic
    Crowmanicover 4 years ago

  • What a pleasure to be included in the featured selection ~ Thank You

    – Barbara Burkhardt

  • wolfepaw
    wolfepawabout 4 years ago

    I adore Chihuly’s work and this is a gorgeous capture of it! Well done!

  • Really glad to share it with you. BB

    – Barbara Burkhardt

  • biddumy
    biddumyabout 3 years ago

    Hi Barbara,would you like to join us in the Sculpture group? we’re having a
    Chihuly challenge this week!

  • Ah a favourite subject … have just joined
    ~ Thanks.

    – Barbara Burkhardt

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