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sampietrino May 18
It is an illusion that photos are made with the camera... they are made with the eye, heart and head. – Henri Cartier-Bresson
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Guggenheim Bilbao May 18
A picture is a poem without words.
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Debbie Wagstaff May 18
Avebury, a wonderful place to wander among standing stones and wonder why?
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Azad Mohammed May 30
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Penn Museum May 18
John Henry Haynes took this photograph from the top of a ziggurat or stepped temple during the 1899 expedition to Nippur, Iraq. The expedition served as a catalyst for the founding of the Penn Museum.
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Pier Luigi Tucci May 18
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Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology May 18
Since 1985, we have welcomed over 13 million visitors, and have shared palaeontology and Alberta’s rich fossil heritage with people around the world. We love seeing your experiences at the Museum. Share photos of your visit with the hashtag . Please tag us!
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NHM Oology May 18
A selection of Common Guillemot eggs arranged for a rather stylish black & white photo In the mid 1900s!
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year May 18
Tim Laman won for this captivating image of a critically endangered Bornean orangutan above the Indonesian rainforest. He spent three days rope-climbing the tree to set up remote cameras so he could capture the wide-angle perspective of the forest below.
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National Gallery May 18
Here is what Room 12 looked like in 1923! A visitor looks at Bronzino's 'Allegory with Venus and Cupid'. Further along you can see Michelangelo's 'Entombment' and, on the wall to the right, you can see Botticelli's 'Venus and Mars'.
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National Air and Space Museum May 18
We are in the midst of a massive renovation of our building in DC (but don't worry, we're still open!). Wondering how we lower and move aircraft? Take a peek behind the construction wall in our Flickr gallery:
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Portrait Gallery May 18
Did you know that our first photograph did not officially enter the Gallery Collection until 1932? Now we have over 250,000 and counting, including this portrait of actor, by . Do you have a favourite photograph from our Collection?
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ArcticMuseum May 18
How we feel approaching the end of
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Dr Jenner's House, Museum and Garden May 18
Replying to @DrJennersHouse
This is one of many images taken by Allan Warner, a doctor at the Leicester Isolation Hospital. Warner believed that the best way to challenge fears + misinformation about vaccination was to show people the horrors of disease and the clear evidence of vaccination at work
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British Golf Museum May 18
This is noted as “Old Tom’s Last Photo” in our album from the Ladies’ Golf Union. Tom laid out the first course for women, used by The St Andrews Ladies Putting Club in 1867.
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Colborne Lodge May 18
John Howard built Colborne Lodge in such a way that the blank and neutral walls of his Regency Style Villa, acted as a canvas so the light through the trees would "paint" his cottage with natural beauty - changing on the time of day.
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Natural History Museum May 18
Far fewer women than men enter , but their work is moving, thought-provoking and vital for conservation efforts. Meet just some of the female photographers documenting wildlife and conservation issues across the globe.
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The Engine Shed May 19
Do you have any photos of your favourite traditional building? Maybe it's a historic castle, beautiful church or even your own home? Photos are an important way of recording our built heritage and showing it off to everyone through exhibitions! 📷
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Dr Jenner's House, Museum and Garden May 18
Our favourite ? Last September we faced closure, so we asked you all to show your support. This photo was the result and we used it as “the image” behind our successful fundraising campaign. Thanks to you the museum can open for another year and we can look to the future.
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Dr Jenner's House, Museum and Garden May 18
This year for the first time we're allowing photos to be taken in the house for personal use, but please remember to tag us in anything you share on social media because we love seeing your memories of your visit
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