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NYC 09: Metropolitan Art

New York City Trip Part 9 of 10:  Metropolitan Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Saturday morning, August 29th 2015.  I will go right ahead and say it; this is one of the most impressive places I have ever visited.  We explored the museum for about 5 hours… 4 hours roaming around at our leisure, and then 1 hour running around like maniacs trying to catch a glimpse of as much of the rest of the place as possible.  I suppose we should have learned our lesson by now, but most of these New York museums are truly enormous, and should not share a day with any other destinations.  This one probably being the most severe example.  I think we maybe took in about 1/10th of the place, and even that might be too generous.

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Parker with Bacon

Parker with Bacon

Parker with Dali

Parker with Dali

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Richard is in Egypt

Richard is in Egypt

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About Parker Lasseigne

Parker Lasseigne has written 23 post(s) for Slices of America.

My portfolio website: http://www.parkerlasseigne.com. This website will be fully updated and revamped sometime in late 2012, early 2013 to reflect more recent works. In the meantime, you can visit me on Facebook by just looking up Parker Lasseigne. I have a selection of some of my newer works posted there. Photos for slices taken with Nikon D70. Born October 13, 1982 in Houma, LA. Brother of Taylor Lasseigne. Lives in Austin, TX with Australian Shepherd "U-Turn". Graduated from The Art Institute of Houston in 2002. Works in animation / graphic arts. Other areas of interest include illustration, photography, painting, and film-making.