Dinosaur Skeleton as a composition exercise among the crowd, Melbourne, Australia

September 08, 2022  •  7 Comments

Some of the skeletons are on display in Melbourne Museum since I was in the teens. Walking through this general section of the museum triggers nostalgia. This always brings me back to the film era while photography is considered as an expensive hobby. 

Photographing these skeletons is a different sort of fun compared to landscape. In natural scenery, there are way too many limitations to how an image can be constructed. In comparison to street or urban environment, every step is an opportunity to be different. 

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Ends with a Triceratops !

 


Comments

Sallie(non-registered)
Such wonderful lighting. The one with the young man and woman looking at the skeleton gives such a good idea of the massiveness.... I can't even imagine how you got such good photographs.
Roentare
Thank you all for the kind comments and visits!
Kinga Kawka(non-registered)
Such a great shots <3 Have a nice week!
Eric Lavergne(non-registered)
Excellents pictures for a very interesting post.
Giorgio(non-registered)
What a fantastic post! And excellent pictures. Thank you for sharing :-)
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