Go ahead. Poke your head in the clouds.
On the rooftop of New Yorks Metropolitan Museum of Art, Cloud City welcomes visitors.
Argentinian artist Tomas Saraceno created the 16 stainless steel-framed bubbles, accessible via transparent staircases that take visitors on a journey up, with spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline and Central Park.
Saracenos first major US commission blends and reflects the environment, says the 38-year-old artist. Its multi-reality, its like a walk in the sky.
So when the sky is blue, it will get really blue, he says. And when its cloudy, you are walking in a kind of cloud scape; somehow you lose your sense of orientation.