Bones from a blue whale which washed up dead at a nearby beach back in 2010. It was on display at a San Francisco street fair this past weekend. It gave the public a chance to see and touch something they might never have a chance to see up close.
Amazing how big the mouth is.Greetings,Filip
Looks fascinating, makes me think of the book "Island of the Blue Dolphins and the hut made of whale ribs.
YIKES!!! But, how cool all at the same time!!!Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Movable Feast?!!!!Have a great day!!
How cool! Seeing the people walking around the bones sure does put it in perspective!
Wow, those are huge.Which fair was this? I don't think I heard about it.
They really do illustrate just how BIG whales are!
Wow, they are big whales. It must have been cool to see all the bones. Great shots!
Wow, that is so cool.
So cool to see those up close. They are huge!
It's really huge and very fun to touch it. :)
It was a whale.Thus it occupied such a big space.
Very interesting and great photo opportunity too.
Enormous!!! It is amazing to see the scale of the bones with the people beside it.
I find whale bones on the beach here on the North Coast, usually after winter storms. (No skulls, though.) They usually look like they've been on the bottom for a long time. A photo of one is here: http://rustyring.blogspot.com/2011/03/power-below.htmlThanks for the neat pictures! RobinRusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit
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Awesome! We've only seen those in museum but nowhere as cool as that. Makes me wonder what are they going to do with the bones after the festival :)
Amazing! How absolutely incredible that you could actually touch it.
Wow, those are massive. It's incredible to think the bottom of the ocean must be littered by massive bones like these!
Its huge as expected!!Nicely captured!Have a wonderful weekend :)
i haven't seen anything this huge before. it must have been a treat to see this up close.
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