National Museum of Nature and Science: Part Two

These specimens were displayed in tiny little boxes embedded into the walls. Being such wonderful colours against such bright...

National Museum of Nature and Science

National Museum of Nature and Science National Museum of Nature and Science
National Museum of Nature and Science
National Museum of Nature and Science
National Museum of Nature and Science National Museum of Nature and Science


These specimens were displayed in tiny little boxes embedded into the walls. Being such wonderful colours against such bright white backgrounds I, of course, loved them.

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  1. Amazing photos! The colourful birds and plants against the white background is so striking.

    xx MImmi, Muted Mornings

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  2. I need to get my bum back to the National History Museum, and yes, I love those too, there is something pretty awesome about the contrast.

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  3. Absolutely beautiful specimen! They would make awesome prints, especially with the little numbers underneath them.

    Bethany | http://www.lesbiansarereal.blogspot.com

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  4. Jenna Opsahl3/21/2015

    These are so lovely. The colors are amazing.


    xx
    scarlettandgiselle.blogspot.com

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  5. absolutely love these, but especially the bottom two.

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  6. ooh these are beautiful, especially the bottom right :)

    Meg, Optical Intake

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  7. I loved these displays - they were just perfect.

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  8. They were such gorgeous specimens.

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  9. I visited the London NHM recently and I didn't have time to look at the taxidermy this time.. I did spend a good three hours in the geological section though, which was fantastic!

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  10. Thank you - I really enjoyed looking at these displays.

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  11. Hi Sophie, Would you mind tell me how you edit your photos? Do you use Photoshop and pen tool to crop them?! Thanks! xx

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  12. I get asked this quite a lot so I wrote a post covering my creative process when it comes to editing photographs, you can read that here: http://www.theprivatelifeofagirl.com/2015/02/my-creative-process-photography.html

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  13. Eline Dekyvere4/03/2015

    In love with the colours! I'm always so amazed at the bright colours that occur in nature.

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  14. Great pictures !!

    http://allornothing-blog.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/the-desolation-beauty-of-dungeness.html#more

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