Indoor-Outdoor Space

April 02, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

I enjoy large open spaces with lots of natural light and plenty of greenery. That's something one very rarely finds indoors. Perhaps, that's why I really like the Kogod Courtyard at the National Portrait Gallery. At 28,000 square feet, the Kogod Courtyard is one of the largest indoor public places in Washington.

Last weekend I had an opportunity to shoot a panorama of the courtyard. The planters in the courtyard are particularly nice right now, as they're filled with fresh spring flowers. In the following panorama, you can also see wet footprints next to the water scrims. While I was shooting the panorama, children were running in and out of the water, having a really great time.

Panorama of the Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC.Indoor-Outdoor Space This image is a panorama of 295 stitched and blended images. It prints nicely in a large 1:3 aspect ratio.


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