Earth scientist in Natural History Museum London

July 6, 2007 at 2:20 pm | Posted in Earth science, London, Museums, My photos, Natural History Museum, NHM, Photography, Scientist | 1 Comment

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Earth scientist in Natural History Museum London

This was one of those photos that came as a surprise! I am never sure how far my camera flash will reach—this spooky effect in a dark hall (atrium?) is pretty stunning.  Do you want to see the Cyclops, or Atlas, next?

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  1. [...] striking sculptures at the entrance to the wonderful Earth Galleries. For example, here’s an Earth Scientist.  Those galleries are truly full of wonders and [...]


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