Fair warning: this post has a lot of photographs, this place was awesome. My first stop of my final day in Paris was the Gallery of Anatomy and Paleontology. I mostly wanted to go because of descriptions of the place such as this, where other photographers had talked about the light and how wonderful the building was. It is a beautiful museum, filled with lots of old relics from times long gone. I got in for free too, a nice surprise! I think that the man at the door mistook me for English while I tried to explain I was a student and should get a discount. It's a mistake I am always happy for people to make. There was a group of French art students there with their lecturer, who gave them instructions before the students took off to sketch the bones. We were the only people in the museum, as it was so early but it was simply calm, not eerie at all. I had a lot of fun with my 50mm f/1.4, snapping away happily while trying to decipher the French on the name tags.
Hi! I'm Louise. I am a writer, photographer, traveler, book fanatic and blogger. I love to post about my adventures and the little things I do that make life fun.