Yesterday was just too beautiful to stay inside and feel queasy (which is what I've been feeling lately - probably all the new meds from the allergist). So after Sweetie and I did some errands, we stopped in at Notre Dame Academy to see the Barry Andersen exhibit. Mr. Andersen received the 2012 Spirit of Light Award last night in honor of his dedication to photography both as a photographer and an instructor of photography.
This photo of the sheep around the dolman in Ireland was one of my favorites so I took another, better photo of it in the room. I can't recall how many photos were on display but it seems like at least 40. All large sizes and interesting choices, considering this was to commemorate Mr. Andersen's landscape photographs for 30 years.
I enjoyed these two aerial views as well as the more traditional color landscapes taken in Italy, France, Ireland, China and around the U.S.
It's well worth the trip on a fine fall day. The Gallery is inside the school so just check in at the front desk and they'll tell you where to see the photos.
Apparently, you can view the work from 9 am - 9 pm, if the online information is correct. Just avoid the time between 2:30 - 3:30 because that's when school is out and you don't want to get in the rush of girls leaving school :)