Chihuly Museum and Garden

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Re: Chihuly Museum and Garden

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JT,
Thank you for your kind words. Based on what I (think) know of myself, I hardly put in a thought for the composition.
That being a money shot is serendipity and I wouldn't take credit for it. :D

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Now we move from the museum to the glass garden.
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Chihuly Glass Garden.

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More outdoor displays.

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Good set, but first shot betvin last three shots the best
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I love the giant sculptural glass pieces placed around real natural environment, Sury: provides a good sense of scale and feels a natural part of the gardens .

Thanks for sharing,
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