Shedd Aquarium

Last week I was super excited about putting my music on Bandcamp! My goal is to continue to find ways to make my music accessible online, and I am still in the process of finding other ways to do this.

Since I don’t have any music updates for you this week, I wanted to share with you some photos from my trip to the Shedd Aquarium.

I hadn’t been to the Shedd Aquarium since my class went there in the fourth grade.

I was so excited to return to Chicago to visit this awesome place. It was even more amazing than I remembered!

Here’s a photo I took on a chilly Chicago morning.

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I was so excited to be at the Shedd Aquarium again, after many years 🙂

I wanted to share some photos of the beautiful creatures I saw that day! ❤

Here’s a photo of one the many beautiful aquariums of tropical fish that you can find at the Shedd Aquarium.

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There were so many tanks of jelly fish! Here is a photo of a group of them that I thought were really beautiful. jelly-fish-shedd-aquarium-allisonmerten

It’s not the Shedd Aquarium without penguins! The penguins were one of my favorite exhibits when I visited in the fourth grade.

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At the aquatic show, I was sitting in the front row, and they brought the sea lion out…RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME!!!!! Seriously AMAZING!!!! (I actually think I was more excited than the children in the audience 😉 )

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There is so much more than this to see at the Shedd Aquarium. If you haven’t been there yet, I strongly encourage you to go! 🙂

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