I just loved this sculpture of two lions by Herman T. Beck, located outside the main entrance to the museum. There is so much tension and power in it. There are four of Beck's sculptures on the grounds of Hancock Park, two at the entrance of the museum, but this is by far my favorite.
Flash photography is allowed at the museum (yippee!), so when I saw this life-sized animation of a saber-toothed cat attacking a Harlan's Ground Sloth I used it to my advantage to darken the background and create the image I envisioned where you could barely tell it was taken in a very crowded museum. Check out those teeth (and the claws on the ground sloth)!
I haven't finished all of the photos so the gallery isn't up on my website yet. Just wanted to post a little teaser.
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