Friday, May 28, 2010

Landscape With Dinosaurs

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A bug's eye view of a fiberglass
triceratops and tyrannosaurus rex outside the St. Louis Science Center in Forest Park. Just fooling around. At least they existed in the same geologic era so I suppose they could have bumped into one another. (I didn't bother to look up the land range in which each of them lived). I'd prefer to be small enough to hide in the grass if they were passing by.


7 comments:

T. Becque said...

Fun shot!
Bob, I'm going to ask you a question being that you're American, a lawyer, photographer, blogger, and have seen my latest post. I've only received 5 comments on the immigrant post and I'm wondering how others may be perceiving it - boring, offensive, too political, etc. I tried to be straight forward about it and just present the facts as they were presented to me - without any slant to it. Do you have an opinion as to why people are not responding? I'm just wondering if I've crossed some unspoken blogging line that I'm unaware of. Thanks for your time, and this is all assuming that you don't mind answering the question!

Bibi said...

Bob, I went to see Walking with Dinosaurs and posted a photo from it fairly recently. It was the BEST! If it comes your way, you must go. I like your shot, which looks very real.....

cieldequimper said...

This sounds like a real fun and interesting place. I mean, looks like a fun and interesting place. Not scary at all! ;-)

Olivier said...

bel effet, j'aime beaucoup..nous restons tous de grands enfants ;o)

Virginia said...

Who helped you get up?
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Ed Pitts said...

What a coincidence. Two pictures of St. Louis dinosaurs on the same day. Check out the other one at Merry@Syracuse. Great minds think alike.

Peter said...

look like scary creatures, nice perspective.