Walters Art Gallery

Museums are lovely.  

They are full of human expression, captivating the human experience over decades, centuries and even millennia.  

It had been a little while since I had been to The Walters Art Gallery in Baltimore, so when my brother and his girlfriend were in town we took a little jaunt downtown.  I got a little photo happy.

The Walters has so much variety within its halls.  It has a modern feel in its outer design, equipped with a silver spiral staircase and glass entrance, but within different sections there are deep earth tones, ancient castle-like touches and grand columns giving way to a two-story open terrace.

While I was in the Ancient Egypt corridor a French family with three young children was also there, exploring the relics alongside me.  I loved hearing the children speaking in rapid fire French.  I challenged myself to make out as many words as possible.  A little game to try pull out any remaining knowledge of the French language I've retained since college.

I felt very cosmopolitan in that moment.  Standing in a museum, taking in art, surrounded by multiple spoken and written languages.

I love that feeling.


Here is another selfie-slider: Museum version.  So silly.


Katie Dawn Habib

Katie Dawn Habib is a Holistic Nutrition Coach with a M.S. in Nutrition and Integrative Health. By combining her nutrition knowledge with a love of writing, Katie created her own website, The Hungry Gypsy, where she talks about food, nutrition, wellness and travel. On her site you can also find information about her nutrition coaching practice and join in on the conversations. Katie would like to contribute in some small way to global healing and help her clients and readers feel inspired.