June 20, 2009

Straight Out Of the Camera Sunday

When we visited the North Carolina Art Museum, they were undergoing a major renovation. As a result things were a bit topsy turvy, for some of the exhibitions. I found this pair wandering around, looking for a home.

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Do you ever take a photo that you love; it comes out so well, (straight from the camera), that you're not tempted to do anything with it. It's wonderful and you want to share it. I've decided to start a new meme - Straight Out Of the Camera Sunday. I'll host it here, each Sunday. So put your thinking cap on, scroll through your files and decide what to post. The subject is open, no weekly theme, just have fun.

What are the rules? On any Sunday you can post any photo you like (it must be one of your own) that hasn’t been tweaked or altered in any way (cropping is OK). In other words Straight Out Of the Camera. Also, please link back to Murrieta365. Thanks, Jan.


  1. I can't help but think those sculptures wished they were a little closer to each other!

  2. Those sculptures look so lost! A real senstive photo!

  3. sculptures like these used to scare me a lot...but these are quite interesting shots!

  4. I hope they find a nice home pretty soon !

  5. Hmm that is an interesting to wonder if they're wandering for a home. Cool captures. Mine's here:

  6. I've never seen one of these very revealing sculptures in person. Great shots.

  7. I am going to have to get out and visit the museum!

    My entry!

  8. Marble sculptures are so awesome. To carve from stone the human body in such exquisite detail completely blows me away.

  9. Hi Jan,
    They are beautiful!! I have a miniature set of these I got years ago. But I would love to see them up close and personal. Have a great day!!


  10. I'm late signing up but I did post, as you know, last Saturday.

    How interesting that they let tourists walk around the museum in disarray!


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