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“Visiting the Met on an empty day with fantastic guides is such a treat. You get to experience the art in a way you typically don’t have the chance to, in a calming (sometimes creepy) silence and without any potential photo-bombers! Any photographer’s dream. Good moments to be captured with a babe like Bonnie in company.” -  Amanda Jas


Please tell me we’re in a museum and not some fat cat’s garish living room because I absolutely need to post this photo. Luckily, we’re at the Met, so it counts.
To be honest, this is getting embarrassing. Yet another lens crush on a girl plucked straight out of charm-ville. I hope I never see Alexandra again. It’ll save me the embarrassing spectacle of nervousness.

Please tell me we’re in a museum and not some fat cat’s garish living room because I absolutely need to post this photo. Luckily, we’re at the Met, so it counts.

To be honest, this is getting embarrassing. Yet another lens crush on a girl plucked straight out of charm-ville. I hope I never see Alexandra again. It’ll save me the embarrassing spectacle of nervousness.

What would the Ancient Egyptians have thought? In the lobby of the Met Museum in NYC with Italian babe (name withheld). Photo by Xavier Aaronson

What would the Ancient Egyptians have thought? In the lobby of the Met Museum in NYC with Italian babe (name withheld). Photo by Xavier Aaronson

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Italian tourist carved in babe granite like our pharaoh friend at the entrance of the Met Museum in NYC. (Photo by Xavier Aaronson)