Boy!! Were my kids upset with me!! "dinamasourasus" C&C

Tight Knot

No longer a newbie, moving up!
Joined
Nov 30, 2010
Messages
1,398
Reaction score
159
Location
Boca Raton, FL
Website
www.lensphotoworld.com
Can others edit my Photos
Photos OK to edit
After seeing cgipson's Jurassic park, I was inspired and had to "borrow" my kids dinosaurs to "play" with. And they told my wife that I was killing their baby "dinamasourasus".
Well, here they are, what do you all think?
1.
Dinosaurlunch.jpg


2.
Dinosaurlunch-B-W.jpg


3.
Dinosaur1-B-W.jpg


4.
Dinosaurafterlunch-B-W.jpg
 
love the godzilla take in the last one! :) I ought to shoot some more.. they are fun! lol!
 
cgipson1 said:
love the godzilla take in the last one! :) I ought to shoot some more.. they are fun! lol!

Thanks. Glad you called it a godzilla, because I had no clue what it was. Any ideas on the other one?
 
I think tilt shift would be more fun with these.
 
cgipson1 said:
love the godzilla take in the last one! :) I ought to shoot some more.. they are fun! lol!

Thanks. Glad you called it a godzilla, because I had no clue what it was. Any ideas on the other one?

Actually.. Godzilla was a movie monster! lol! I wasn't trying to identify the genus or species. Although what I can see of the herbivore, it is probably what used to be called a Brontosaur (Titanosaur now) or possibly a Brachiosaur. Not sure about the predator.... not a T-Rex or an Allosaur... maybe a Giganotosaurus, Hard to say from the plastic model! Species may be stamped on the toys also.. common practice!
 
Very cool idea. Unfortunately I missed gipsons shots.
 
Makes me wanna go out and buy toys!!
 
Good stuff! Mr. Harryhausen would approve. I just googled the guy and was happy to see that he is still alive and well at 92.
 
cgipson1 said:
love the godzilla take in the last one! :) I ought to shoot some more.. they are fun! lol!

Thanks. Glad you called it a godzilla, because I had no clue what it was. Any ideas on the other one?

Actually.. Godzilla was a movie monster! lol! I wasn't trying to identify the genus or species. Although what I can see of the herbivore, it is probably what used to be called a Brontosaur (Titanosaur now) or possibly a Brachiosaur. Not sure about the predator.... not a T-Rex or an Allosaur... maybe a Giganotosaurus, Hard to say from the plastic model! Species may be stamped on the toys also.. common practice!
LOL, Fail on my part:er:, I looked and the Carnivore is a Dilophosaurus (printed on it's stomach), the herbivore doesnt say.
 

Most reactions

New Topics

Back
Top