From a distance the only spectacular thing about the Museum of Modern Art in Aarhus is its ‘rainbow walk’.
What I hadn’t realized from its exterior appearance is that being inside that walk was like seeing the world through a different coloured filter. The day was slightly stormy with an interesting sky that certainly increased the wonderfulness of the city viewed through the coloured glass. This walk was like working with old-fashioned film using coloured filters.Seeing the world with yellow-tinted glasses was an eye-opening experience for all. Looking through the red windows at the skylights below us.At one point we were able to see the rainbow walk from the outside. This skipping girl was posing for her friends. This is how it looked from the outside; I wonder how it looked from her friend’s perspective.The obliging sky.
Very interesting. I have never heard of this.
Aarhus is Denmark’s second biggest city, and a lot of fun to visit – very different than Copenhagen!
That’s great. It’s been along time since I’ve been there. I don’t believe I visited that city. I’m sure I would’ve remembered if I had. I think I was there around maybe 2001. So it’s been quite a while.
How cool! Wonderful photos. Thanks for joining the challenge!
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