Sunday, June 10, 2012

Eye, Eye


I went to the Science Museum yesterday afternoon and I thought it was particularly funny how I gravitated to all the same things that the 12 year-olds gravitated to.  There is still some kid left in me after all.

This giant telescope was very entertaining.  You look into it and your eye is projected on the other telescope hanging from the ceiling.  I stood in line behind several girl scouts just so I could have my turn.

19 comments:

Mo said...

Yikes that first image grabs your attention. My first reaction was a security camera being thrust at me.

JM said...

So very cool!

Kate said...

I would stand in line, too, to use this interesting exhibit. Science museums have a way of bringing out kid curiosity to all people of any age.

Birdman said...

I wondered where Big Brother was.

brattcat said...

"eyed" have been in line right beside you.

Judy said...

Eye see what you mean! It does look like fun.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is one way to check your eye make-up.

Kathy said...

A fun afternoon at the Science Museum is a great way to beat the heat!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Such fun Sharon, I would have been right there in the line with you. I really believe it's that 'inner child' that keeps you young, that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it haha!

Lowell said...

It's nice that the Science Museum has attractions for kids of all ages! Fun!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

That's why I work with children: I get to play with their toys and watch their DVDs too! And sometimes I get to go to museums with them.

Regina K said...

Oh being a child is so much fun!

RedPat said...

Cool! I'd have lined up with all of you.

Madge Bloom said...

Cool and fun too!

Bob Crowe said...

Love it. I'd like one in my office waiting room to loosen up the clients.

Randy said...

That's a little spooky.

Teresa said...

The eye in the sky....and big brother definitely is watching. Kinda cool!

Thérèse said...

How neat!
I would have done the same. A nice way to see if there is anything wrong with one's eyes! :-)

Magpie said...

How funny! It's good to stay connected with your inner "girl". :)