Sunday, December 18, 2011

Connecticut Science Center

The science center, dressed for the holidays.

26 comments:

brattcat said...

what a lovely sight.

Karl said...

Christmas decorations everywhere... lovely night shot, Jack!

cieldequimper said...

This is delightful.

Malyss said...

Even a science center can become magic with some decorations!

Lowell said...

Did you use a tripod? ...it's a very fine night shot...great digital color and sharp!

joo said...

It looks so lovely!
Have a great Sunday Jack:)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Lovely Christmassy image Jack, it looks to me like the science centre is a colourful building even without the Christmas lights.

Cezar and Léia said...

Interesting architecture and beautiful lights! Well spotted and photographed!
God bless you!
Cezar

Birdman said...

... and lookin' fine!

Luis Gomez said...

Great looking place Jack.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Your photo showcases architecture that makes a bold statement of shat should be society's priority for science education. I hope that our society would invest in science education in schools in a manner as dramatic as the architecture of this (and some other) science museums.

Science education is not something merely to be showcased in a museum. The inspiration from an occasional visit to the science museum should be followed up on a day-to-day basis with well compensated science teachers in quality schools.

Sylvia K said...

And beautifully dressed it is! How delightful! Wonderful capture for the day, Jack! I love it! Hope your weekend is going well!

Sylvia

VP said...

Bright and very elegant!

RedPat said...

Beautiful decorations and a great-looking building!

Dianne said...

Just so pretty with those fairy lights - and the architecture of the building is quite spekky!

Regina K said...

Very nicely dressed for the holidays. Wonderfully captured.

Valerie said...

Yes, a very pretty capture, Jack. What is it about bud lighting that we find so enthralling? Wishing you a great week.

Lowell said...

Depending on the camera, you can get some fairly sharp night shots hand-held, but it's hard. A tripod is usually the way to go.

Re your comment about the swamp buggy: People who use these things generally don't care much about the environment...which is too bad.

EG Wow said...

A tasteful display!

Kay said...

Gorgeous building, beautiful shot!

Randy said...

Nice lights. Oh and I doubt our Adobe shot will see any trouble since they added the "e" at the end of shop. But you never know.

Leif Hagen said...

I always like the night lights! Keep 'em comin'!

SRQ said...

Nice! Love the festive lights.

Sharon said...

A beautiful, modern building with wonderful holiday decorations.

Kate said...

Can't beat white lights for outdoor decorations.

JM said...

Wonderful night shot, Jack!