A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
I googled this Anteneum and marvel at its history. What a divine place to visit. I think one would need at least one whole day at the minimum to see and appreciate this place. Kudos to the Wadsworth and to you, Jack, for taking us on your tours of the place!
Jack, you have a real talent for photographing art. I have really enjoyed this series! Love both of these shots.
Oh no... I thought yesterday you would go on and on...
I wonder if my bust will ever stand in a museum someday? "Leif Hagen - Eagan Daily Photo blogger."
Beautiful heads! :)Léia
You are a terrific photographer, Jack, and I have so enjoyed this series! Thank you for these, they are superb! Have a great day!Sylvia
A tip of the hat to you for this series. Well done. I do hope Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth have matching pedestals in the same room.
I like the bust of Mrs Wadsworth the best it is so smooth and soft. I shall have to look at their history to learn more about them. I have sure enjoyed series.
How do Mr and Mrs Wadsworth! Great series Jack.
Good grief, I know this guy...he's the husband of my wife's sister! And I thought I'd never have to see him again! Darn!
I've loved this series Jack!
Very nice! Thank you for taking us along.
Lovely series. Funny... this man's bust makes him look mean-spirited somehow, but clearly he wasn't!
Nice toga, I didn't know that Daniel Wadsworth was a Roman citizen... Fine sculptures for an art loving couple.
Wonderful busts of both of them. The mister has quite the nose.
He looks good. She looks a little weird!
I think Daniel's is very nice. His wife.... I 'm having hair issues. Seriously, I have really enjoyed your series Jack. It's not easy to photograph great works of art and do them justice. You did them well!V
Not a very handsome couple I must say.
I enjoyed this series, Jack!
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