Minimalist in Manitoba

I just visited one of my favorite museums again for the second time in a few months. It’s an amazing place, located in the most unexpected location. I am referring to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg in the province of Manitoba, Canada.

When you think Winnipeg, most likely the word ‘cold’ comes to mind… It is cold up there in the winter, very cold! But the people are particularly warm and friendly and they have one of the most amazing pieces of architecture in the world designed by architect Antoine Predock.

This museum inspires me to photograph in a minimalist way. To incorporate the human element, even very small, in an interesting architecture. Here are the few images I grabbed along the way during a family visit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. I can’t wait to visit it again!

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-4

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-5

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-6

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-31

 

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-7

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-8

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-9

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-16

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-18

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-23

©Valerie Jardin - CMHR-30

Photographs taken with the Fuji X100T and the wide conversion lens except for the bottom image which was shot earlier, with the X100S.

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