OK, no excuses. Get a US map. Find Texas. It's the big nation-like thing near the bottom. Go. I'll admit. I'm awe struck. Free on the UT Austin campus through 1/1/06. The only problem, a good problem, is that 126 original Ansel's-hands-on-prints are too much for one viewing, for me at least. After about 30 mouth agape long contemplative stares I was numb. At first I walked around smugly musing "hmmm...that's not where "I" would have cropped". Then, quickly i fell into an awe-struck humbled state. Simply amazing. I'm only sort of kidding here. My initial reaction was..."I could do that"...then...the stare time lengthened. My appreciation deepened. My eye honed in on the, often deceptively simple, B&W prints....all done by Ansel himself late in his life. My final word.....wow. One bonus...in the same room...UT's Gutenberg bible...intact, complete and inches from your fingers in a case. Wow again. I almost missed it. One more bonus. The world's oldest photo. 1832. The original real thing. The Heliograph or "sun drawing". The Nicephore Niépce camera obscura eight hour exposure(pre VR?) is on permanent display. Double wow. Lastly...Aggies...all this ain't goin' to College Station...so get over it and go to Austin just this once. Nobody has to know. Wear a disguise if you must, whilst on campus! http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/exhibitions/current/ Worth every penny even if it wasn't free.