Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Twilight in Palm Springs

Last week I went to the 'Meet the Museum' event at the Palm Springs Art Museum. It was a nice way to reintroduce people in the community to our world-class art museum, and boost its membership along the way. Aside from the obvious reason most people visit museums--to enjoy the art exhibits, the Palm Springs Art Museum has wonderful spaces to enjoy, both inside and out. Take for instance this photo above. The outdoor sculpture garden is a unique space to appreciate modern sculpture in view of the massive San Jacinto Mountains, in full open air. I snapped this photo just around twilight (although admittedly it looks a bit later). I liked the contrast in light and colors, from the glow of the museum lights against the blue desert sky and shadows of the graceful palm trees. Views of Twilight in Palm Springs are just one of the many reasons that makes living here so very special indeed.

1 comment:

Jean(ie) said...

Every place has it's inherent beauty. One just needs to be open enough to see it.


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