Guys, I have a confession to make: I love the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Wait, you knew that already? What gave it away - my tendency to visit the museum every time I get a day off? My instance that I know the perfect route to the best artwork? My knowledge of the most hidden and line-free bathrooms? The fact that I know some of the security guards by name?
I had a day off this week, and true to form, I spent it at the Met. I didn't really have an agenda or schedule to my afternoon so I simply let myself wander the halls, focusing on not only the artwork but also the architecture of the building itself and the patrons and employees who inhabit the museum.
So without further ado, I give to you a little photo essay I call "Seen at The Met Museum, 6/18/14"
(note to self: be more creative with photo essay titles in the future) ;)
If you go: The Metropolitan Museum of Art is located at 5th Avenue and 82nd St., open seven days a week from 10am-530pm (later on Fridays/Saturdays), and asks a $25 admission. Do remember, though, that the full entrance fee is just a suggestion and you are not required to give the full amount! Because I visit the museum about five or six times a year, I usually give about $3 each time and feel completely good about doing so.