Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Perfection in form

Sorry I went MIA yesterday, I'd like to say it was a consequence of the Easter weekend but unfortunately it wasn't. Yesterday I had to deal with the kind of people who like to do the minimum effort in everything in life and because I do not accept that the day became extremely difficult and frustrating. This kind of attitude is not what our society needs right now in order to get us out of this terrible recession... without bothering much with the boring details and a speech all I have to say is: Never accept less than perfect, mediocrity should never be an option.



With that note on perfection I want to leave you with the images from the exterior of the National Gallery of Art. These images are from the esplanade that separates the West from the East building. The later was built by I.M. Pei who is the same architect that built the famous pyramid at the Louvre and all its spaces which actually came after the work at the National Gallery



Can you see me?

Have a great day and rest of the week!