Saturday, 20 January 2007

L'horloge, Musee D'Orsay, Paris 2006


The museum is full of surprises. You can find the most amazing things at every turn. Be that the beautifully frail cardboard charcoals and pastels of Toulouse Lautrec, or the hand carved walking stick of Gauguin made in Tahiti, or the view over the Seine from the top floor. Or you can climb to the end of a stairway and find this panorama inside one of the giant clocks, where lovers seem to find the time to tell each other how much love lies in their future.

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