Cleveland Natural History Museum - Part 2 - The Dainty Squid

Cleveland Natural History Museum - Part 2

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Another part of the natural history museum I love is all the skeletons. I think bones are just amazing. It kind of blows my mind that that is what is inside of us. I could have easily used up every roll of film I brought along taking pictures of the skeletons from all different angles.
Of course there are dinosaurs there too but this is one of the only pictures I snapped of them. The lighting in the room with the dinosaurs really stinks and I didn't bring enough film to be taking the chance the photos wouldn't turn out when we still had over half of the museum left to explore.
All of the photos above were taken with a Canon T2 (my favorite and most reliable 35mm camera) and Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 that expired in 2010. They were developed at Discount Drug Mart which is the closest place to me that still does one hour photo that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.

You can find the first set of photos from the Natural History Museum right here.
Hope you're having an awesome Tuesday!
xoxo

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18 thoughts

  1. This is so cool! I'm dying to go to the big natural history museums in Australia. Bones really are just fascinating, aren't they? Craaaazy that all of that is inside of us.

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  2. So cool! I love skeletons, there's a room hidden away in the biology department at my Uni thats just full of skeletons, it seriously is the most amazing place!

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  3. Very cool! I love skeletons, they're so delightfully creepy and awesome :)

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  4. Those are so cool!! Now I really have to go explore more museums. =D

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  5. These are great photos, I love museums. I recently went to one in Glasgow where there was a skeleton of a MASSIVE prehistoric deer, it was awesome!
    Faye x
    dinosaurcircus.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. I love the way the first skeleton is sitting there posed like "Just chillin' here bra." >_<

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  7. super cool..i especially liked the pictures in the last post! i haven't come across a museum anything like this one in texas.. kind of sad =(

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  8. I love skeletons as well. I visited the Chicago Field Museum last summer and made a special post on the sceletons as well. Maybe you are interested to look at them: Skeletons in Chicago. Have a great day and love from Germany, Fee

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  9. These pictures are amazing! Some of them made my stomach do a little flutter.. creepy yet SO wonderful!

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  10. WOW those are film photos? Nice work!! :) I'd be so stoked if I had actual physical photographs of skeletons like that.

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  11. Oh man I love skeletons and bones too. They are so fascinating! I love these pics! Will there be a part 3??

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  12. I love these little fellas <3 It's been a long time since I last went to my local Biology museum. Today is my day off, so I might go take a look! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  13. Amazing pics!:D


    With love,Mia

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  14. I loved this post! I agree with you about skeletons. I don't know what it is, but something about them so appeals to me. However, I don't find them morbid at all, just aesthetically pleasing. These are some great shots!

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  15. This is amazing! I went to a really cool museum when I was on holiday that had the skeleton of a dwarf elephant (it's like...dog sized!) and loads of hippo molars that were creepily well organised. Bones are awesome :) it's so cool to see what's inside of us (and other things!)

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  16. I love the natural history museum. We have one in London, I think i spent most of my childhood sketching the taxidermy animals. And thank you so much for the super cute thank you card I have it on my office desk now :)
    xx PC

    http://pony-chops.blogspot.co.uk/

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  17. What a great exhibit! I was an anthropology major in college, studying the skeletal systems of bipedal primates and the evolutionary forces that made us homo sapien. I love Australopithecines!! I wish we had a science museum in my city.

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