Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Triangles Plus


Here is a photo of the glass ceiling of the entrance to the
Naples-museum-that-must-not-be-named-because-photography-is-not-permitted.

The April theme for City Daily Photo bloggers is "triangles."
I offer this photo because, yes, it has many triangles,
but it also has other pleasing
geometric forms.

31 comments:

William Kendall said...

And there are so many beautiful shapes here!

The museum that must not be named makes me think of Voldemort in the Harry Potter books being referred to as he who must not be named.

Andy said...

Spiders would be proud of this museum. PS: Beware of museum police... they are ruthless. :)

Kate said...

You should offer a contest for the one who finds the most triangles, but, then again, who would judge? Great shot!

Stefan Jansson said...

Ha ha. Photography is a crime. Good of you to break the rules for the theme day.

Jim said...

Wow!. That's a lot of triangles.

Tanya Breese said...

well done mr. jack!

Lois said...

Nice job getting that photo without getting caught Jack!

Daryl said...

super shot .. great interpretation of this month's theme!

Lowell said...

Sneaking around again, I see. But you did a super job of representing the theme! Might have strained your neck a bit?

I was going to try to photograph one of my golf shots, 'cause they usually start off one way, take a 90-degree turn, and then come back - perfect triangle!

Babzy said...

love it , great ! :)

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

If you get caught doing something like this, you could say,"But, officer, I thought that the ban on photography applied to taking pictures of the art, and I was taking a photo out the window. That is allowed in the world's finest museums.."

Halcyon said...

I love this one, Jack! Definitely my favorite triangle so far!

Sylvia K said...

Always fun to break the rules and snicker as you go out the door! This is a terrific shot for the day and that is a LOT of triangles! Love those blue skies, too! Have a fun one, Jack!! Oh, and get lots of pics, you have my permission!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh my I'm getting dizzy looking up at this one Jack :) so glad you're a rebel at heart AND you have given me such a good idea on how to post some photos I wasn't supposed to take either :)

Laura. M said...

A perfect contrapicado. Un beautiful ceiling.
a hug.

Karl Demetz said...

I tried to count the triangles, but I gave up!
Super choice and photo for this theme day!

RedPat said...

You are a sneaky guy, Jack! ;-))

José Mendonça said...

LOL! How very funny, Jack! And what a great entry.

Randy said...

Very cool find.

Bob Crowe said...

Ah, one of those. A curse be upon them.

Pretty cool architecture. Buckminster Fuller lives!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Why, you little sleuth. Lovely array of triangles here in the museum-which-must-not-be-named.

Love the triangle theme, Jack.

Bises,
Genie

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Is this the way for someone-who-shall-not-be-named-but-who-used-to-be-a-lawyer to behave?

paul said...

Great perspective, countless triangles, and interesting architecture!

bitingmidge said...

Perhaps in future, if photography is not permitted, you could do a small sketch! :) Sunshine Coast Daily Photo - Australia

VP said...

I see a lot of triangles, thank you for not respecting those silly signs!

cieldequimper said...

Did anyone count them? :-)

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Well done! Super angle.

Kay said...

Oh ho! You got yourself quite a fine selection of triangles, didn't you?

Isn't it a shame that photographers must become scofflaws in the pursuit of an innocent hobby? I wonder if it's time to quietly begin a Free the Photographer fund just in case any of us don't manage to get away with it?

Virginia said...

Oh you're so ahead of the game. you have more triangles than any of us!!!
V

Gunn said...

Well seen AND well done!

LOLfromPasa said...

I love it! Your secret is safe :).

I'm feeling much better. Thanks for asking, Jack.