Today was my second day interning at the Midwest Museum of Natural History. I was excited to actually get a bit of shooting in today. I also met the other woman that will be working in collections with me and she seems super friendly (and oddly enough reminds me of an old summer friend I once made.) We started documenting the live collection for their veterinary records.
Here are just a few of the out takes from the session that I really enjoyed. From top to bottom we have Jade (chinese water dragon), Vladimir (russian tortoise) and Tiny's tail (leopard gecko). I still have a handful of the animals left to shoot, but I think we made good progress today!
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