55/365 challenge / by Carolina Negel _Architectural Photography


Stolen portrait.

I was having lunch on the peaceful terrace of the Ariana Museum and some visitors came in to take some pics of the views. I though she looked so interesting on her attire, and the lights were so special that I couldn't resist the occasion.

Photographed at the Musée Ariana, devoted to ceramic and glass artwork with around 20,000 objects from the last 1,200 years: Built between 1877 and 1884, the museum is shaped by Neo-Classical and Neo-Baroque elements. It was built to house the private collection of the Swiss art collector and patron Gustave Revilliod, who named it after his mother, Ariane de la Rive, and later bequeathed it to the city of Geneva.


Lumix- panasonic automatic camera