Entry Skeleton

Entry Skeleton, Natural History Museum - Los Angeles, California

Entry Skeleton, Natural History Museum – Los Angeles, California

For this last post from the Los Angeles Natural History Museum, I’m back to where I started — the Otis Booth Pavilion, the northern entry. The first post shows this pavilion from the outside. As we crossed the bridge from the parking lot.

What I thought was a dinosaur turned out to be a native Californian whale, the second largest species on Earth. The Apple Store-like glass cube and the skeleton form a graphic design, especially in black and white.

With the visit to the museum a success, we were headed across town toward the beach. Sunset was approaching, and I thought it would be a great place to visit.

Note: I’m happy to report that the July Newsletter is out, sent a few minutes ago. A lot earlier than my usual publishing cycle this month. Signup for the newsletter for content not found in the blog.

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