I have some more from the Museum of Nature's Earth Gallery today, taken during my Canada Day visit.
Another area deal with the metamorphosis of rock, and an interactive activity lets you fiddle around with a video projection of your own face. I've shown you this before in a theme day post, and figured I'd have a go at it again.
A final feature in this gallery that I like is a replicated cave that has been installed. I will come back to the Museum at some point for a proper go through- I can tell you that on Canada Day, this place is exceedingly busy. With a whole lot of kids. Have I mentioned I'm not fond of children?
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
all shiny. have a super fabulous week. doing all you might wish 2 take care. ( ;ReplyDelete
Hello, the earth gallery looks fantastic. I love seeing the minerals and rock formations. The cave looks interesting. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!ReplyDelete
Looks like precious stones. An interesting exhibition to enjoy and to explore the cave. Have a good day!ReplyDelete
Magical shot at the end. Jewels all through :)ReplyDelete
Museum of Nature's Earth Gallery, what a name.ReplyDelete
Love the pic of you. You are an important of Nature's Earth!
Another fascinating series, William, thanks for sharing these unique photos !ReplyDelete
They find some very colorful stuff in the earth's crust. No wonder people become fixated on looking for colorful minerals.ReplyDelete
The blue of that one rock just pops right off the screen!ReplyDelete
@Beth: thank you.
@Eileen: it's well worth spending time in here.
@Nancy: I enjoy coming in here.
@Cloudia: very much so!
@Janis: I figured, why not?
@Karl: you're welcome.
@Red: I can see why.
@Sharon: it really does.
I like interactive displays at the museum. :PReplyDelete
Beautifully shown William, here and last post. The earth is rich with minerals and humans seem to be happy destroying the earth to get at them 😶ReplyDelete
That cave deserves another visit - after school goes back!ReplyDelete
You have so many fine museums there. You are fortunate.ReplyDelete
A very cool series, William. The minerals are interesting with their various colours.ReplyDelete
A superb collection & fun interactive games.ReplyDelete
@Halcyon: I do too.ReplyDelete
@Grace: so it seems!
@RedPat: ah, but then there are field trips!
@Klara: it certainly is.
@Catalyst: having so many of the national museums here has its benefits.
@Bill: especially that vivid blue.
@Christine: it's a wonderful place to visit.
Oh, goodness! I come from a LONG line of rock hounds.ReplyDelete
...an interesting hobby!ReplyDelete
I don't have any but I love to look at rocks. Those interactive games must be fun to do. Another great look at one of your museums. I could get lost in those and not come out for hours and hours. Have to confess to waiting to go back to ours at a quieter time.ReplyDelete
Each time it's amazing to see the wonderful colours some of the rocks and minerals have.ReplyDelete
I would like that. I was quite a rockhound when I was a kid.ReplyDelete
I really enjoy the minerals on display.ReplyDelete
@Revrunner: my aunt's a big one.ReplyDelete
@Tom: it is!
@Denise: I tend to prefer the quiet.
@Jan: they can be remarkably colourful.
@Linda: I didn't really pick up the habit.
@Norma: so do I.