Friday, 27 January 2012

A Day at the Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum exterior  The Natural History Museum exterior detail

The Natural History Museum ceiling detail  Diplodocus Natural History Museum

Tyrannosaurus Rex Natural History Museum  Dinosaur Natural History Museum

Diplodocus Natural History Museum  The Natural History Museum ceiling detail

Stephen and I spent a day at the Natural History Museum on Tuesday with my friend Bonny and her son Matthew.  We haven’t seen each other in months so I decided to leave my camera at home and focus on being sociable instead.  Thankfully, I still managed to snap a couple of photos using the trusty Instagram app on my iPhone. 

Check out my interview at London Living!  I was asked five questions as part of their London Grilling series. 

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11 comments

  1. cool pictures Emm :-) I used to love going to the history museum to sketch

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  2. natural history museum always remind me about this stupid comedy, I do not remember the tittle:)
    seriously - I would love to vsit one as I have never been to

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  3. Loved your interview on London Living. Short, sharp nd succinct.

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  4. It's a great museum, but an even greater building. It made me think of a cathedral, but devoted to science (and that's the best kind!).

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  5. Hi Emm! Sorry for the delay; Happy New Year!
    Wonderful museum!!

    Blogtrotter Two is leaving Corsica, finally... ;). Enjoy and have a great year ahead!!!

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  6. The museum looks almost as interesting as the exhibits inside, fantastic.

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  7. Instagram is nice:-)
    So many beautiful details in this building. Hope you have a great time.

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  8. Oh my! This looks like a fun museum to visit! You get an atta'girl for guessing my photo last week, congrats!

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  9. I miss the one in Prague! But the one here in Cleveland is not half bad either. Which reminds me that I have not been there in quite a few years...

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  10. looks like a great museum to explore. and great interview Mandy. love your straight forward answers.

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  11. Beautiful photos! That's one of the places I would really love to see when I visit. Thanks for sharing such cool stuff all the time.

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