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Posted by Jackie on July 13, 2009


This picture is of the Supreme Dalek; the red button alerted the scariest baddies in space to human presence. Two other Daleks seemed to come to life and swore extermination to the humans nearby (I tried taking pictures of that, but it was too dark to get a good one, and I didn’t have enough battery power in the camera to video it, unfortunately). Check out Jen’s comment on yesterday’s post to see just how scary they can be!

Yes of course, this is the Dr Who exhibition that is currently on at the Kelvingrove Museum. It’s mainly an exhibition of Christopher Ecclestone’s and David Tennant’s stints as the Time Lord (since 2005), featuring costumes and characters and exhibits on how they do the special effects and all sorts. It’s an absolute must for any fan – it’s on there until January next year. I’ll show a few more photos over the next couple of days (I took loads but will use the others as fillers when photos get short!).

9 Responses to “Exterminate!”

  1. OH NO! Invader from Mars! Run! Fun foto!

  2. Hilda said

    Aren’t they bringing the exhibit to Manila?! Sigh…
    Looking forward to the rest of your photos of the exhibit. I enjoyed the first two seasons I’ve watched of Dr. Who. Yes, only two seasons so far. I wait for the DVDs then have a viewing marathon! I don’t like being a slave to weekly TV shows 😀

  3. Tinsie said

    Great shot! Fantastic colours! I love it 🙂

  4. marley said

    Arrgghh! That is a great photo. Wish the exhibition were coming down here. Can’t wait to see more of your photos 🙂

  5. m_m said

    Wow! I like your capture!

  6. Ian said

    Great stuff. Doctor Who is wondrous; I managed to get to the Doctor Who exhibit in Cardiff — greatly enjoyed it.

  7. maria said

    this brings back b/w memories in nz – we dont get dr who here

  8. VioletSky said

    Must look into booking flight to visit rellies… (shh, don’t tell them it’s actually Dr Who exhibit I really want to see)

  9. Got some photos of the Who exhibition too. Visit

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