March 11, 2014 Leave a Comment
The opportunity to take photos at the museum, without the crowds is fabulous. Such was the opportunity at the Houston Museum of Natural Science recently at their Pixel Party for photographers. That said, there are a lot of us there and it’s hard staying out of each other’s shots. It is very dark and no flash is allowed. Because time is short and you want to shoot so much, you sometime forget to record exactly what it was you shot.
Take this big guy in the Hall of the Americas. I want to guess it is an Aztec dog of some sort, but I could be way off. If you can let me know in the comments, I’d appreciate it!