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tags: London England, Harry Potter film sites London, Harry Potter, photography, photoessay This is the snake cage at the London Zoo that was in a scene from the first Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. In the film, this cage held a Burmese boa constrictor. In real life, this cage holds a…

tags: London England, Harry Potter film sites London, Harry Potter, photography, photoessay Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross in London, England. This is not the original platform used in the film, which is between platforms 4 and 5 at Kings Cross, but it is a cute little tourist memorial to the film. Image: GrrlScientist 4…

tags: London England, Harry Potter film sites London, Harry Potter, photography, photoessay Classic telephone box in London. These are an endangered species. Telephone boxes appear throughout the Harry Potter films, particularly as an entrance into the Ministry of Magic in the fifth Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. When the…

Mine is Bigger Than Yours!

tags: Professor Steve Steve, London, England, Nature Network conference, science blog conference, Nature Network science blog conference, travel Whose is bigger? Sales person, Mark (left), and Nature science blog writer, Bob O’Hara, compare their shortbreads at the famous Twinings Tea Shop in London. Image: GrrlScientist 4 September 2008 [larger view]. I wandered London yesterday in…