Today we return to the Met in NYC where there are more than 25 galleries dedicated to Greek and Roman Art and architecture. Many of the items exhibited have been excavated from lands of old, some dating back to the 1st century AD. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a tremendously huge place and I certainly could not see all that I had intended in one visit, but surely look forward to a return trip in the near future. Below we have a look inside one of the rooms that displays a few sculptures and architectural elements that date back centuries. Simply stepping into these places gives one a sense of stepping back in time.
The image above shows recovered arches, columns and railings from ancient times. Makes you wonder about some of the activities surrounding these elements in times long past.
The conversion below was obtained using the Van Dyke Brown Coffee Dynamic filter in Topaz Labs' B&W Effects.
Moving to one of the corners of the room we see an artistic sculpture.
A B&W conversion.
Next we'll pull back and get a better look at the full wall.
And lastly, one more B&W conversion.
Until next time... thanks for visiting! ;-)