15 November, 2010

The Elusive Space Dolphins

“So long and thanks for all the fish.” (any Douglass Adams Fans out there?)

Very little is actually known about the Space Dolphins. Since it’s extremely difficult to find them in their natural habitat, no photographic evidence existed, until now!

It turns out that you can find these magnificent creatures along with many others in London’s Natural History Museum. Inside, you can take all the pictures you want but don’t get caught monkeying around with a tripod. The operative word here being “caught.”

MONKEY MOTTO#2: It’s easier to ask forgiveness than permission.

Daily Banana – The Elusive Space Dolphins

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About the Author

Elia Locardi is an internationally recognized professional travel and destination photographer, writer, public speaker and educator who spends his life seeking out and capturing some of the most beautiful and inspirational locations in the world. Recently featured by Professional Photographer Magazine, CNet Australia, and Wacom USA, Elia has cultivated an engaged social media following of nearly 2.5 million people across Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Instagram. On the road full-time, he teaches the Art of Photography here on www.BlameTheMonkey.com, collaborates with various brands, sponsors and tourism boards, and leads Photography Tours and Post-processing Workshops worldwide.

  • Janice Madison Ashby

    Where is this??

    • http://www.blamethemonkey.com Elia Locardi

      Natural History Museum, London.

  • http://www.EmbalsadoPhoto.com Kenneth Embalsado

    Love this photo. Did you use a tripod to take this or handheld?

    • http://www.blamethemonkey.com Elia Locardi