Sunday, September 29, 2019

Perspectives Inside The Museum

I've shown you this building before. The old Dominion Observatory stands out at the Experimental Farm, where astronomical work was done for many years. It featured into the astronomy area here in the museum.


Here we have a survey map of Prince Edward Island, the smallest of the Canadian provinces.


I wanted some wider perspective views inside the museum.


Here we had the entrance to the Leonardo da Vinci exhibit.


Turning around gives a view of the theatre space ahead, where regularly through the day, short documentaries are shown or presentations made. When not in such use, images are projected onto a screen.


Such as Paris at night.


Or the Arabian peninsula.


Looking at the map of the museum, I realized I had missed one section- here it is below. It focuses on sound technology, and we'll have a look tomorrow.

34 comments:

  1. I should spend time there... we'll see if I become more technological! ;)

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  2. So much to see, I can understand how you could miss a section, Amazing!

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  3. Those who arranged the museum were very knowledgeable people ...

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  4. I once was planning on hiking on Prince Edward Island before going on instead to Cape Breton.

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  5. Hello, it looks like a wonderful museum to visit. Enjoy your Sunday, wishing you a happy new week!

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  6. ...it would be interesting laying out a museum, something that I'd like to do.

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  7. It is often good to see the winder context, even in some kinds of portraits.

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  8. @Italiafinlandia: I get that.

    @Laurie: quite so.

    @Ella: definitely.

    @Gattina: there.

    @Revrunner: you should see PEI.

    @Eileen: thank you.

    @Tom: I agree.

    @Marie: definitely.

    @Anvilcloud: thanks.

    @Francisco: thank you.

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  9. As it doesn’t seem too crowded it’s a good opportunity to get a good look around.

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  10. This looks like a very large and very complete museum. It sounds very well put together.

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  11. Great perspective photos of the museum ^_^

    Happy Day to You,
    A ShuttterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  12. I like your caption today.A wider look is necessary.

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  13. @Marleen: looks can be deceiving, as it was fairly busy while I was here.

    @Jan: you're welcome.

    @Sharon: I agree.

    @Carol: thank you.

    @Red: I thought so too.

    @Jennifer: that's the impression I came away with.

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  14. That museum is well worth a visit!

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  15. Wonderful that you can find the time to be out and about and check out all these wonderful museums, art shows and street fairs.
    I miss doing that so Thank You for the armchair visiting.
    parsnip

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  16. Thank you for sharing another great exhibit William.

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  17. very cool. what fun. happy Sunday!! ( ;

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  18. Thanks, I love museums! If you are ever in 29 Palms, CA to see the Joshua Tree National Park, please stop by our Old Schoolhouse Museum. It is but two blocks from the Park's Visitor Center.

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  19. I love photos like the 3rd one down, where you can see people enjoying learning! Here's to a great week ahead!

    Janis
    GDP

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  20. @RedPat: very much so.

    @Parsnip: you're welcome.

    @Denise: a pleasure to do so.

    @Beth: thank you!

    @Mari: you're welcome.

    @Janis: thanks!

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  21. Visiting museums is a favorite pastime of mine. Thank you for sharing.

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  22. A wonderful museum. You seem to have lots of them which is great for everyone.

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  23. And I was just thinking, this museum is as huge as a mall. It must be.

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  24. There is so much to see and learn in this place. It could easily take up many hours if I were to visit.

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  25. This looks like a place one could spend days exploring.

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  26. The exhibitions in the museum are well spaced William, looking forward to seeing the remaining section ✨

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  27. What a beautifully designed museum.

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  28. @Alexandria: you're welcome.

    @Bill: we're spoiled for museums.

    @Joanne: it is quite big.

    @magiceye: definitely.

    @Nancy: I enjoyed it.

    @Kay: definitely.

    @Grace: I agree.

    @Jeanie: that it is.

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