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1st July 2012
golden faces
in general i'm not really a big fan of museums. i could probably count the number of museums i've been to in south america on one hand, and i've been in south america a long ass time. with that qualification i feel like it will hold more weight when i say that the gold museum in bogota was really impressive. it was well designed and laid out, enough to hold my interest in a subject that i really didn't care a great deal about. it had a substantial collection to the extent that i began to grow physically tired long before i approached the last of the exhibits. but perhaps the best quality of museo del oro - there was loads of shiny shit i could photograph. and with that statement you may begin to understand why me and museums don't have the closest of relationships.

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01/07/2012
golden faces
in general i'm not really a big fan of museums. i could probably count the number of museums i've been to in south america on one hand, and i've been in south america a long ass time. with that qualification i feel like it will hold more weight when i say that the gold museum in bogota was really impressive. it was well designed and laid out, enough to hold my interest in a subject that i really didn't care a great deal about. it had a substantial collection to the extent that i began to grow physically tired long before i approached the last of the exhibits. but perhaps the best quality of museo del oro - there was loads of shiny shit i could photograph. and with that statement you may begin to understand why me and museums don't have the closest of relationships.

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