The unique architecture of Royal Ontario museum represents a dynamic and bold transmogrification of 100 year old Gothic architecture into a blend of history and modern. Apt for a museum, showcasing history to the modern world. The stone, brick and concrete is in stark contrast to the steel and glass of 21st century. The transmogrification becomes even more interesting as both the old and new stand right in front of your eyes.
The view from one of the side looks quite funny, like a protruding arrow head, straight out of a castle!
Nikon D60. April 19, 2008; Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada