This post was meant to be about the awesomeness of the Natural History Museum in London, which I went to last week for the millionth time. But chief photographer Phil forgot the memory card for the camera, even though he lugged the camera itself, multiple lenses and the flash all the way on the train. And not only did he forget the memory card, but realised he had forgotten it half way to the train station, went home to pick it up, and somehow STILL forgot it!! Truly baffling.
So instead, this post is about another awesome museum, albeit on a slightly smaller scale. It’s on the route I walk if I am going to the train station in Brighton, and for many, many months brightened up dreary early morning walks to get to work. Anna’s Museum is a small (although actually fairly large) collection of natural history finds, displayed in the front window of the house. The photos here are of the second re-hang, which has even more things on display. As amazing as the Natural History Museum in London is, there is something really amazing about this little museum – dedication, accurate labelling, interesting finds…. a true Victorian Collector!
Welcome to Anna’s Museum…
Anna, whoever you are, thank you for your museum!