OK, it’s been over two weeks since my last blog post. I have been out shooting photos instead of sitting at my computer and writing about shooting photos…. I kinda like it that way, too! I’m going to try to keep the words to a minimum in this post, but I do need to describe what you are about to see.
For the past 9 (or is it 10?) years, Barb and I have gone to visit her sister’s family in Coppell, TX for the Easter weekend. Coppell is a very nice town just northwest of Dallas, Texas. We drive up on Good Friday, and come home on Easter (Sunday) afternoon. This year, on Saturday, we went to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in downtown Dallas. Yes, the “Perot” is H. Ross Perot, who ran for US President in 1992 and again in 1996.
That’s about all I am going to say for a set-up, except that I do want to mention that cameras are welcome in the museum, but tripods are not. I therefore took 2 fast prime lenses inside the museum with me: Olympus 12mm f/2.0 and Panasonic Leica 25mm f/1.4. I tried to keep the ISO setting at or below 800 on my Olympus OM-D E-M5 camera. Even so, there were lots of times that the shutter would be open for 1/4 or 1/8 of a second. When that was the situation, I simply took 3 or 4 photos and hoped that one of them wouldn’t suffer from motion blur.
OK, that’s all the words I want to write – except for the photo captions below, and to say that if you are ever in Dallas, the Perot Museum is definitely on the list of fun and educational things to see!
The photo captions will appear below each photo.
Dancing Water Molecules
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Colors of Light
Shoot the Moon
Phases of the Moon
Cubes of Gold
Oil Well Drill Bit
King of the Cats
Image of Me
Stuff you Wish You Didn’t Know
I hope that you enjoyed my images from the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas.
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2 thoughts on “Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas”
OMG, thanks for that last one!
This looks like a great place and reminds me of years ago when we used to go up to the Science Center in Toronto a lot. There was always something fun to shoot there, The lighting in these places is always tough to deal with.
Thanks, Libby. It was a photographic challenge, but it was fun, too!
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