Saturday, February 20, 2010

An Empty Museum

 To get out of my freezing cold house and go some place warm I decided to head to the Torino Museum of Antiquities. A museum full of items found of ancient civilizations from the area and a museum with temperature control. Little did I know that on a brisk February Saturday afternoon, I would have the entire museum to myself, which I did. Being alone in a museum is perfectly peaceful AND it allowed me to take many up-close pictures of naked Etruscan wrestlers on vessel pots with out anyone judging.
The empty museum:
Will someone please tell me where I can get these fabulous sandals?:
And where I can get my hair done like this:
Ancient earings:
The naked Etruscan wrestlers:

1 comment:

scott davidson said...

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