The family and I recently took a trip to the Indianapolis Children's Museum where we spent a good part of 6 hours roaming the halls filled with some really interesting exhibits. Some of my favorites were the Dinosaurs (yep, I'm a big kid at heart), China and the various eclectic art displays. When we go on these trips I tend to bring my camera and 1 to 2 lenses, not only to pack light but it also gives me a chance to reacquaint myself with the glass. The majority of my recent work had been shot with my 70-200mm f/2.8L II, so I was excited to be limited to only a 16-35mm f/1,2 and a 50mm f/1.2. These exhibits were not only rich in culture and history but in textures and patterns as well. I knew I would have plenty of Monochrome material loaded up for me to edit when we go back home. Here are just a few of my favorites. Enjoy! "-)
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