Wordless Wednesday: Greetings from the Dum-Dum and Friends

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Wordless Wednesday

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  1. I love that museum!

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  2. I like museums. Cool!
    There's a lot to see and explore.

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  3. This looks like quite the diarama.

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  4. Beautiful photos from the museum!

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  5. Thanks for dropping by my blog while I was on vacation. My husband and I were in Boston during the 4th of July. I know you're not so far away. Thinking of you while in Boston for only a day.

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  6. Thanks for bringing back memories of a wonderful museum.

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  7. looks like an intriguing museum

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  8. Glad you are spending time on your vacation with your daughter enjoying and learning about such things. Thanks for sharing them with us also!

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  9. That first shot looks like those big statues on Easter Island. Or did I miss the point?

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  10. I love that museum! been ages since i have been there.

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  11. Very interesting stuff. Great photos.

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  12. Awesome photos! My favourite one is with the elephants. I love elephants!

    Thanks for visiting my Blog and leaving such a nice comment:)

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  13. I love visiting musemum. Thanks for sharing the pics. :)

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  14. Did you see the second movie?? Loved it. Nice shots...I would love to visit both museums! Happy WW:)

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  15. Looks like Bambi and his mother joined Dum Dum. I enjoyed these very much.

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  16. Cool!Yet the pictures are so warm. Nice.

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  17. Great shots! Happy WW.

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  18. Cool shots! I love visiting museums too.

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  19. Great captures from museum.

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  20. cool pics from the museum. happy WW!

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  21. Anonymous11:04 PM

    absoultely stunning pics...

    you are superbly talented...

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  22. Nice picture of the animals.

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  23. Really interesting images of the animals.

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  24. dum dum gum gum!!!!!!!

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  25. A Moae! (Easter Island / Rapa Nui Head).

    Thanks for making an islander feel at home ;-)

    Love your pics!

    Aloha-
    Comfort Spiral

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  26. oh, hellooooooo Dum-Dum :)!!

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  27. Great one...thanks for sharing.

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  28. Anonymous1:30 AM

    Spectacular display of those elephants!

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  29. liked the last pic :)

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  30. It's like the same from the movie Night in the Museum :)

    Happy WW!

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  31. This place made a great movie!

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  32. Beautiful museum ^__^
    Those elephants
    are really cool ;)

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  33. Love the Dum-Dum! And I'd sure love to visit that museum some day for some days of exploring and getting lost in time.

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  34. Did you give him a chewingum?

    /MB

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  35. these are all wow!

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  36. Wow what amn amazing place. I really should go to our Natural History museum in London. I haven't been in years

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  37. That looks an interesting place. Excellent.

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  38. I had to laugh. That is my favorite expression in that movie.

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  39. Great pics Sandy! I love going to museums :) Happy WW and thanks for stopping by :)

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  40. Nice shots at the museum. I went with a very different kind of animal this week.

    Sherry at EX Marks the Spot

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  41. Oh, your pictures will cause a stampede to the museum! ;-)
    Beautiful, love the out of this world light.

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  42. That color is extremely effective.

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  43. Fascinating color.

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  44. great color choice.....

    Have a beautiful day

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  45. Well your shots are always very inspiring, you have great talent.
    Take care :) .

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  46. Wow Sandy you really went there and saw the Dum Dumn. How about Teddy? this is a very cute post!

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  47. They all have snouts in common.

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  48. Not so wordless after all...this spoke volumes to me
    hugs
    Sandi

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  49. When my kids were Cub Scouts (1980-1983), I took about 30 Cubs to the Natural History Museum from Stratford CT every year. Once I took them on a behind-the-scenes trip to the top floor labs where they fix the displays. In formaldehyde. Lunch was lightly attended that day.

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  50. Dum-dum is pretty cool! But I love those elephants!

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