How strange is it that people go to these incredibly famous museums and spend so much time capturing it with a cell phone just to let it sit and collect dust in their iPhone gallery or on Instagram, where people could give two shits? I do not claim to be any better than these people; I simply claim to truly have a hard time enjoying museums. I can't stand the phoniness behind appreciation for all of this stuff. People of our generation are so caught up making it known that "I was there" that they lose the actual content of the experience. I wish there was more effort put into bragging about knowledge rather than bragging about being somewhere without knowing of its significance. I couldn't tell you the difference between a $9 bottle of wine and a $30 bottle of wine, and so I only buy from the bottom shelf. Today, I visited the Uffizi and Galileo museums where I spent most of my time photographing people photographing the art. Is this ironic? Sorry to those offended by my lack of appreciation. I search for something to grab my interested rather than resorting to the clichés.