Saint Louis Art Museum, Forest Park, Saint Louis, MO

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This is a composite of four images, taken at night of the Saint Louis Art Museum from the bottom of the Grand Basin. The exposures were about 20 seconds long and I used an aperture of about f/11 or f/8 for maximum sharpness and depth of field.

The Art Museum was the only lasting structure built for the 1904 World Fair in Saint Louis. It was designed by Cass Gilbert in the Beaux-Art style. 

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