natural history museum, london

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london’s natural history museum

I visited the Natural History Museum on a day when the sun wasn’t in sight and the sky
was overtaken by clouds. A beautifully grey day, that is quite the norm in London as
you may know. And so a few photographs to capture the striking interior that is
equally moody and royal, captured by yours truly.
 
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A collection of specimens and its affiliating research of carious segments of
natural history is housed between terra-cotta laced walls and tiles with details of
flora and fauna. An all encompassing feel of a sooty Victorian climate in a
quintessential London borough.

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It’s by far the most beautiful of locations in all of London. One that I
frequent quite often on off-days when it’s not too busy. The skylight that
peeks overs the unsaturated tiles on the roof drape the dark columns, nooks
and hallways with sprinklings of light.

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  • donna w.

    Gorgeous photos, Supal! Thanks for sharing.:)

  • Is so beautiful. I’ve visited it last year, but I was so interested in the exhibits that I’ve missed the beauty of the building. I have to visit it a few times to admire everything.

    Anca @ ancaslifestyle | UK

    • That’s perfectly acceptable as the the exhibits are incredible! I live about 15 minutes walking distance away so I had to visit another time just for the interiors haha x

  • natalie

    wish i went now whilst i was in london!

    x

    http://anoddgirl.blogspot.com.au

  • Breathtaking photos! It’s a museum with ‘heavy’ architecture and this is why it blows you away!
    Thank you for sharing Supal! 🙂

    Diana P. | Cups & Roses

  • Oh, gorgeous photos! I loved them! So many people have already told me that London’s natural history museum is wonderful, and I have never been there! I hope you enjoyed your time! With love,
    Vera

    http://theflashwindow.weebly.com

    • It is indeed a wonderful time! I think even NYC’s Natural History Museum is one of my favs! There’s a little science geek stuck inside me 🙂 x

  • wow these photos are beautiful! love the black and white, really lets you see the details and design of the space. I will need to add this to my travel to-do list for London!

    • I didn’t even think about that when I edited the photos in B&W! So smart! Glad you enjoyed them and please do visit NHM soon! x

  • I wish I had visited on my last trip, it looks really neat. Next time!

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  • These photos look like taken from a very old film… Romantic, but eerie at the same time. I haven’t been to this museum for YEARS and I can’t wait to take Antek there one day! I’m sure he will love the big dinosaurs…! x

    • Ah that was what I was hoping for! Antek will LOVE it! I have photos of me perusing the NHM in NYC and I was all jaw-dropped the entire time 🙂 x

  • This place is so incredibly gorgeous and your pictures are as so! Absolutely in love <3

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