From LONG ISLAND – by Ann Parry (ann-parry.com)
February 15, 2012
Despite having to shove my fingers in my coat pocket whenever they got too cold to set my Nikon’s dials and buttons – I had a great visit, outdoors and in, at the Nassau County Museum of Art this weekend.
It was a joint scouting expedition with one of my fellow co-leaders of the Long Island Photowalk and three members of NYPhotoForum. We spent quite a while photographing statues – which ranged from the sublime to the absurd – scattered throughout the grounds.
And later, after the others left, I joined the docent tour of the current exhibition: the Paintings of Louis Comfort Tiffany, plus some Tiffany lamps, windows, and more.
And yes, I took all the photos of this winter visit with Nikkor 16mm 180-degree fisheye lens.
Nassau County Museum of Art: GALLERY