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Milstein Hall of Ocean Life July 2, 2009

Posted by mirl in fun, travel.
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Here are some more photos from the American Museum of Natural History.  This set was taken at the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.  As you can see, it is a cavernous two-level hall, and the most striking thing about it is the luminous blue ceiling.  That large, cigar-shaped structure that can be seen in the photos of the ceiling is a replica of a blue whale suspended in mid-air.  The structure spans most of the length of the hall.

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