Last week I met Yat, one of my ex-MMU friends at the tram station, and she asked where did we go in the weekend. And I replied, 'The museums", and Yat replied, "We have never been to the museum..". Yeah, it was fun being in the museum, we already went to 3 museums (all are FREE, that's why I planned to go there in the first place!) - Manchester Museum, Museum of Science and Industry and last Sunday, the Imperial War Museum.
Of all the exhibition, I enjoyed Don McCullin's photos the most! Alas, it was an exclusive exhibition, thus cameras are not allowed inside the special segment. But if you must know, this photojournalist went to the Vietnam War, Cambodia, Iraq, to name a few. He is the official photographer for the war. Amazing how he survived (he got injured) and still keep capturing pictures. I was stunned with one photograph, when he captured a housewife in shock after she received the news that her husband died during the war.
Fawwaz posing beside a bomb.. heheh
The kids playing interactively guessing what the person packed during the War.
Arranging the kids in front of the war tank. Lucu betul nampak Amni melompat! Fahri suka betul pegang tank tu. Did you notice the time stack behind us? The kids went gaga pushing the buttons at the time stack.
Ah finally, a family photo, excluding Fahri and hubby. Aduh Fawwaz, apesal muka pelik semacam jer tu?
Now you see it...
A truly amazing arch, made from bags of war victims, soldiers...