Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #58: Something Old…
This week, Patti invites us to join her Lens Artists PC, this theme “According to an old English rhyme, these items can bring anyone good luck any time.”
Old books in an old library researchers may borrow them.
A mix of old and new buildings under the blue sky in Cork, Ireland:
Something old, new, borrowed, and blue:
Strolling in an old town of Kyoto, I saw two beautiful young women wearing a new style of kimonos in blue. There are many kimono stores in Kyoto that your can choose and borrow with a small rental fee.
During 1990s, IM Pei was commissioned by Miho to designed the Miho Museum. Pei used the idea from a 1,500 years old Chinese folk story. Some of the collection treasures were borrowed. Walking toward the end of the tunnel, we saw the beautiful museum under the blue sky.
Many architectural critics have called this tunnel “a tunnel that supersedes time and space.”
In spring, you are like entering the Tale of Peach Blossom. Photo below is from the Miho Museum website:
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