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Sunday, July 31, 2005

Photos

Day 11: Greater Detroit

Today was another break from driving, though we did get rides to the Detroit Institute of Arts and Cranbrook. The former is a fine museum, while the latter is a private school that my mother, father, brother, sister, aunt, and myself all attended for some period of time. It’s known for its ridiculously attractive campus.

Without question, the best part of the DIA for me was Diego Rivera’s massive fresco installation. I positively love his work, and this was the best example I’ve ever seen.

Diego Rivera fresco Diego Rivera fresco

The sun was setting on Cranbrook by the time we arrived, so my photos are few.

Cranbrook Cranbrook trash