Today I bring this visit to the Canadian Museum of Nature to a close with some perspectives on architecture.
A look up at the atrium space.
Returning to the second level, I photographed around this area of the Queens Lantern.
That included a look up at La Meduse.
Here we have the plaque re-dedicating the Museum by Queen Elizabeth.
The last gallery area is actually taken up by a restaurant space and gift shop. Several photographs hang on a wall. I decided to highlight three of them. This first one depicts a spot on the Chukchi Sea in Russia where in 2009 for several days, 90 000 walruses decided to spend time on the beach. That included around the field cabin of the photographer, who had a friend pose in his open doorway. With some of the walruses literally at the entrance. It was, in his own words, a walrus siege.
This is a dazzling ice cave in Iceland.
And this is a place in Norway called the Devil's Teeth, at Senja Island.
I finish with the stained glass windows at the main entrance. While that ends this tour of the Museum of Nature, tomorrow I'll show you a springtime visit to the Landscapes of Canada Gardens taken this past weekend.