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Tim has been interested in photography for many years. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a Master's in Environmental Science. Writing nature articles allows him to combine his interest in photography and nature into one medium.

Egyptian Art from the Peabody Museum

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Eqyptian Art from the Peabody Museum

Eqyptian Art from the Peabody Museum in New Haven, Connecticut

Last Friday, I took a vacation day to take care of some errands.  After finishing the errands, I decided to take my relatively new Canon G12 out for some photography.  Since it was a really nasty day (lots of rain and fog), I headed to the Peabody Museum in New Haven, Connecticut.  The above shot is in one of their Egyptian exhbits and (if I’m not mistaken) is a relief with the name of one of the Egyptian kings.  I think this was a really interesting piece at the museum.

I have several other shots I’ll post later.  If you are in the New Haven area, it is definitely worth going to the Peabody Museum.

I really enjoyed using the G12.  The size was very nice and it was easier to move around the exhibits than with my DSLR.  I’ll be posting more in another article about my thoughts on the G12.

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