What I Got to See of the Van Gogh

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© Robert Duncan
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UploadedMarch 4, 2012
TakenMarch 2, 2012
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D60
Exposure1/15 sec at f/3.5
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO1600
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  • Katy Baxter

    Katy Baxter gave props (4 Mar 2012):

    epaiguvhjnklmQEFWHSUIDVJKLM. Was it roped off? When I saw Mona in the Louvre, it was gaurded, bullet-proof glass, the works. Vincent's stuff though, you could walk right up to and snap a paint gloop off of.

  • Robert Duncan

    Robert Duncan   gave props (5 Mar 2012):

    I think it was more of a crowd-thought thing, a respectful distance. I could have been the crude and rude country bumpkin from Kentucky and gotten in front; but I thought the photo from behind the crowd was more effective. All too often this is how we have to view major works of art in a museum if you're there at a peak hour. And, I was there at an off hour.

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