John FitzGerald

John FitzGerald

Posted on 06/12/2017


Photo taken on May 27, 2017


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Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

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The older section is by Frank Darling and John A. Pearson (1912). The new section to the left is by Daniel Libeskind (2007).

Not as grainy big.

Puchinpappy, tiabunna, Canadian Pacific, Denis Croissant and 3 other people have particularly liked this photo


14 comments - The latest ones
rdhinmn
rdhinmn
And the angle makes me feel like I'm sliding toward an uncomfortable landing!
10 days ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to rdhinmn
I was trying for a greater angle, Bob, but the building wouldn't co-operate with me.
10 days ago.
Gisela Plewe
Gisela Plewe
Im Kopf dreht es sich.
10 days ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to Gisela Plewe
Thanks for mentioning that, Gisela. Now that you've got me to think about it, it might even have a touch of Op Art about it.
9 days ago.
Sarah Paris
Sarah Paris
Angling for praise? You got me hooked!
10 days ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to Sarah Paris
Thanks, Sarah.
9 days ago.
Ulrich John
Ulrich John
Great ! All the lines and angles ! And the reflections, of course ! Good Morning, John !
9 days ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to Ulrich John
Yhanks, Ulrich. Libeskind's extension is a huge assemblage of angles.
9 days ago.
Denis Croissant
Denis Croissant
Angles galore!!
9 days ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to Denis Croissant
As I mentioned to Ulrich, Denis, Libeskind's extension is four or five storeys of angles.
9 days ago. Edited 4 days ago.
Canadian Pacific
Canadian Pacific
Oh I like this angle very much, John. Nicely done!
5 days ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to Canadian Pacific
Thanks, Swire.
4 days ago.
tiabunna
tiabunna
Interesting lines and angles - what a difference a century makes in architecture!
4 days ago.
John FitzGerald has replied to tiabunna
Thanks, George. That is, I think, something Libeskind was trying to point out. You and I may be the only people to have noticed it.
4 days ago.