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This is just an amazing use of technology. Google has created a web site with their Google Street Map technology that will take you on virtual tours of some of the most famous museums in the world. You will be able to navigate through the halls of the Uffizi Museum in Florence Italy with a point and click of your mouse. Use the map of the whole museum to find what room you might want to visit, click on the painting to see the most detail brush stroke of Van Gough!

I recommend watching the two videos first to get acquainted. The first one shows the basics of using the site, the second is a little behind the scenes of them making the site.







The only disappointing thing I can say about this site is we can’t view it on our Ipad’s due to the use of Flash. There are some museums that aren’t on the site, like the Louvre in Paris, but I’m sure they’re working on those right now.

Grab a cup of coffee and go stroll down some of the most famous museum corridors on the planet!






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I’m excited to announce my new photoshelter site that host sales of my images for stock and print sales.  I’ve included some of the most popular images in the Fine Art Collection. It is really simple to order prints, greeting cards or even a jig saw puzzle of your favorite image in here.  These galleries will be updated regularly with new images, I’ve just started the process.

Thanks for looking it over. I would love to hear your feedback on the new site.




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