Osteology: Study of Bones

Getting ready for our trip to Portland, I wanted to take the cameras out and make sure that all was well with them.

Museum of Osteology

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1 Comment

  1. Wil C. Fry

    Very interesting images. Seeing only the bones makes many of these creatures look very fragile.

    It reminded me of watching our house being built. When only the frame was in place, the house looked weak, thin, etc. Each extra piece that was added improved stability and strength…

    (Poor analogy, I know, but that’s what I thought of when seeing your images.)

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