This is the last gallery in the section Art of the Arab lands, Turley, Iran and Central Asia and Later South Asia. This has been a beautiful area of the museum, and one I was glad to look at more closely.
The Mets would go on to win this game.

36 thoughts on “Inspired-Interested-…8/14/22

  1. Wow! Quite a lovely grouping. I happen to love Van Gogh, Mondrian, and Munch. All three are some of my favorite artists. The drawings are uniquely different from their usual style and are quite enchanting.
    The pastry and desserts left me drooling for sweets. Definitely Yummy looking. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I figure I’ve got about a year left. I think I’ll start going to the tours once a week. They’re coming back in earnest, and I think that would be a cool way to look at stuff

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  2. I’m with you on zombies, though the best show we saw on zombies was an old episode of Mythbusters where they explored questions like “if given a choice of fighting a horde of zombies with a machete or a gun, what is the right choice?” You know, burning questions that are must know-or-die 😀

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  3. I’ve always wanted to try Baked Alaska. It looks as decadent as it sounds. Jim Henson is one of my heroes–a creative who died too young, but lives on in Kermit. It’s so sad when an icon of an area closes, but at least you went out with a bang with this one. You certainly had an exciting week using all of your senses. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. Baked Alaska is totally decadent!! My husband doesn’t love meringue so he didn’t like it as much as me. And yes..Jim Henson was a genious and clearly had so much more to offer us. Sad. s

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  4. If that exhibit about The Walking Dead was about the comic/tv show, know this that show was about human survival against other humans in a post apocalyptic world where a virus turns brain dead people into cannibals. Essentially the title referred to the people not the zombie. The comic was far better than the show.

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  5. Loved Kermit the frog, watched the Muppets every Sunday night when we were little. 🙂 My parent’s had Baked Alaska on their Alaska cruise and loved it.
    The Boathouse looks like a lovely place to have a meal, right by the water.

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  6. I haven’t thought about Baked Alaska in years. There was a restaurant we frequented growing up, and my mom would occasionally order it as a special treat. From what I remember, it was really good!

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