If you’ve ever had trouble making decisions, you can relate to a recent predicament I found myself in.
Over the weekend, I had the chance to visit the Royal Ontario Museum’s latest exhibit, T. Rex: The Ultimate Predator. While I wrote my thoughts about the exhibition in a previous article (spoiler alert: it’s pretty good!), I found selecting images for my article a bit difficult. Why?
There were too many good images to select from!
While I would have loved to oversaturate my article with imagery, it often leads to a bad end product. While I managed to narrow my choices down eventually, I felt that trying something new might be a way to compensate for the images I left out.
In this article, I will comprise a gallery of those images I elected to leave out from my previous article. To keep things spicy, each image will be accompanied by information about each display.
It should be noted at the start that all images in this article were taken by me (!!) at the ROM. I’d like to apologize in advance if some of the photos aren’t of the best quality; my shaky arms don’t quite lend themselves to elite photography.!
I hope you enjoyed today’s article! It’s not the most conventional for Max’s Blogosaurus, but I wanted to try something new and this was a good opportunity to do so. If you’d like to see similar articles for other exhibits in the future, let me know!
And, If you’d like to visit T. rex: The Ultimate Predator, visit the Royal Ontario Museum! For more information, check out the ROM’s official website!