No matter how matter how many times I’ve been there — I can never get tired of the MET. It is quite possibly the most wonderful museum on this earth; certainly the most wonderful in all of America. Usually I go there by myself so it was rather nice having the chance to go with my friend Annica and boyfriend Alex. We explored the many rooms and artifacts that the massive museum has to offer. Instead of writing a whole story I figure I can give tidbits here and there with the images! Let the tour begin…
We should begin this tour by pointing out my love for posing like all of the statues — bystanders probably think I’m a bit bizarre, but what’s new?
And when I’m not posing, I take fancy to dancing in front of temples.
My beautiful friend Annica on the other hand is more demure in front of statues. Oh and can you eye spy Alex being a photo bomber in the background? Precious.
He should be arrested for public indecency.
As should he..
Alex has found his match in regards to who has a more charming personality. Who would you choose?
Okay but really, Alex is rather charming; I just can’t seem to avoid him (not like I want to).
Plus he has a pretty sweet camera — kudos to him.
Oh what do you know, more posing.
All of those statues were like my own personal giant playground — I had to be restrained before I took too many pictures with them.
But alas I cannot avoid the temptation…
Taking a break from statues, the MET always has the most beautiful presentation of flowers.
And although they have amazing pieces of art, I was confused as to how this is considered art.
I also do not understand this, but I did enjoy the lighting and shadow play that the windows offered.
After a long day of museum browsing a photoshoot was necessary in front of the famous steps!
Isn’t Annica just stunning? I have the prettiest of friends.
And here is Miss Annica again, virtually drooling over these dogs. She’s obsessed.
The MET is always such a treat, but it does exhaust me; luckily I have this handsome boy to rest my head on when the tour is over.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this mini tour of the MET, brought to you by Life Without Tanlines; please feel free to join me again as I begin to post more adventures from my travels to New York City.