Yesterday was spent at the American Natural History Museum in New York — my first visit. Being acquainted with the sciences, I was much more interested in the AMNH as a classic historical landmark than as a museum; I was there for the novelty of old, unrenovated displays and their quaint, outdated views of the world. Nonetheless, the museum proved a source of fascinations both historical and scientific, and I had great fun snapping photos of halls and display cases, old and new, and of tourists, signage, and my lovely wife as well.

The full AMNH photoset is here. Some highlights:

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Panorama - Hall of African Mammals

Panorama - Fossil Hall

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  1. Jacquelyn says:

    I’m really liking your new camera – it seems to capture things up-close quite well, and the colors are gorgeous. Been thinking about getting a new point-and-shoot (as my semi-SLR is rather clunky), and I’m intrigued by this one.