This is a painting from the Italian Renaissance called "The Dream of Aeneas." That's Aeneas, son of Aphrodite, asleep on the left. Perhaps he passed out because he was so tired after fleeing the fall of Troy and escaping to Italy. While he's asleep, Tiberinus the god of the River Tiber whispers in his ear, telling Aeneas that his city will one day be founded on the banks of the river. That city, of course, will be Rome. Cool picture, but I still like Tiberinus better as Gregory Peck.
That's just a tiny sample of the cool stuff at the Met. If you go, see if you can retrace my steps!
This is a baby llama we spotted at the Central Park petting zoo as we were walking past. Why am I including this picture? BECAUSE IT'S A BABY LLAMA. That is all.