March 28, 2008
Yesterday while at Olympia, Greece, we stopped by the Olympia Archeological Museum. They had the entire pediments of the Temple of Zeus set up in proper position (in a triangle shape) along two walls. That was cool. You really want to to be the person in the middle, who gets to be standing upright, because by the time you get over to the edges of the isosceles triangle, the people are squished into a prone position due to lack of head room. That link is to someone else's photo, because although I took a similar one, exporting and posting my photos is getting tedious!
But this is my favorite photo from the museum visit - Jason and Emily imitating this headless, armless statue of someone.
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love it!! How clever!
Posted by: angie | Mar 29, 2008 3:30:03 AM