Catching the sunset near our trilobite quarry.
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Went fossil hunting with the birthday boy!
Here are some of our better finds.
Is it sad that every time I pass a large pile of dirt I want to climb it searching for treasures?
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This boulder WAAAAY up near the top of the valley we hiked was absolutely LITTERED with #crinoid #fossils
! It was remarkable to see, and we made sure to tell the guides back at the preserve center what we had found - they had no idea!
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We spent the morning digging in the dirt at Penn Dixie Fossil Park and Nature Preserve during their Homeschool Day. We’ve been there before, but it was great to have a tour guide this time around to point out the different areas in the site, give us a little background history, and help us identify our finds. I wish we could have stayed a bit longer to see if we could uncover some trilobites, but Mr. 3 was only able to hang in there for 2.5 hours (completely understandable). Pictured here are some of the crinoids (sea lilies) we found. They’re an echinoderm related to starfish. The biggest one on the bottom is only about 0.5cm in diameter. Picture taken with my iPhone and @easy_macro #easymacro
My submission for @thedarkroomlab
‘s black and white film photography contest! This is a photo I took this past January on my Canon AE-1 in Chicago at The Field Museum. Sue will soon be taken out of the public eye so that scientists can learn more from her 67 MILLION year old bones. This was my first time at the museum and It was rad to have my mind blown by Sue and to get the opportunity to photograph her ‘ol bones and make a memory. The photo was taken on Kodak Tri-X 400 and developed at The Darkroom of course!