13 April, 2013

Shooting with my Sony 50/2.8 Macro

Hi all
We took advantage of the lovely spring day and headed to Jerusalem to visit the King Herod first ever exhibition in Israel Museum.
Indeed it is a well planned and invested exhibition. Unfortunately, it was not allowed to take photos inside, so click on this link to see some photos.
After stepping out from King Herod exhibition, we went to see the newly decorated other wings of the museum, where I could take photos...
All photos were taken with Sony a55 + 50/2.8 Macro lens
At the new entrance there are several sculptures, sparsely placed:
New Entrance
The famous sculpture of Nimrod by Yizhak Danziger welcomes the visitors to the 2nd floor:
The Next wing consists of numerous Jewish art collections from all over the world, here are few examples:

There are many additional wings, most notable are the reconstructed rooms from European cities in the 18th century. Here is a nice example:
"Crowned" Eagle
That's all for today's blog

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