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by Darren Huski on Fri Dec 21, 2012 11:01 am
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I wanted to share with everyone that I have two Texas landscape images on display at the new Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas, Texas.

I was asked to provide images for the Desert and Prairie displays in the Texas Wild Exhibit. My images provide the backdrop for the desert and prairie sets. Each is printed something like 10x15 feet and has plants and animals in front of it to help create the view, geology and ecology of the region.

The image included is of the desert display. You can see the photograph from Big Bend National Park they chose with the distinctive Mule Ears Peak in it.

I was very honored to be asked to be part of the museum. If anyone gets to Dallas, I hope you can check it out. There are many neat exhibits in the museum (many hands on) and it is easy to spend 3-4 hours wandering through it.

You can see a blog post I did about the display.

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by Andrew Kandel on Sat Mar 16, 2013 8:51 pm
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Congratulations. I look forward to seeing the museum the next time I'm back home in Dallas.

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