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Thursday, April 18, 2013

No Photos at Musee d'Orsay

Another thing I found 'new in Paris' is that no photographs are allowed at the Musee d'Orsay. On previous visits it was possible to photograph without flash as is true in most museums. I had observed on too many occasions that tourists were just flashing away at the pieces and the museum staff absolutely ignored these people.

This actually upset me very much, and I would walk around saying 'No Flash No Flash', and be totally ignored or would get dirty looks. Honestly people, it's one thing for the flash to go off by mistake, but to purposely take pictures of yourselves in front of the artwork with the flash purposely going off just shows your ugliness and that you really have no respect for great art and should just keep your lousy selves at home. That being said, now we're all paying the price, and no one gets to photograph the wonders of the beauties there.

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