Early Afternoon at the Guggenheim Museum

Category: Places


Photo and caption by Dan Molino

Architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed the rounded portion of the Solomon R. Guggenheim museum pictured here. Early afternoon light casts interesting shadows. When color shifted, the shadows match the umbrella stands on the street in front of the museum. The overall effect seems to make the Guggenheim glow. This glow on the outside fits with Wright's design for bringing a glow inside to the art on display.

Location: Upper Manhatten, New York City, New York


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