V is for Venenosaurus Dinosaur – Albeit A Modern One……….
October 28, 2019
Ok friends – bear with me here, I had to stretch and become creative (mainly due to lack of time) to come up with something remotely resembling a V shot for today. However, there truly was a Venenosaurus dinosaur, it belonged to the family of a sauropod dinosaur that existed during the Aptian/Albian age of the Cretaceous period. The fossil remains of the species were first discovered in the USA in Utah. The species was first named in 2001. From the identified fossil specimen, it was observed that the dinosaur was about 33 feet long. Its unique and distinguishing characteristics include robustness and slender arm bones.
So, here’s my Venenosaurus “V” shot today. This V “dinosaur” is a creation that was in NYC’s 5th Avenue Coach Store. Check this out in the larger sizes – Dino is made of “loads” of Coach products.
Also, Dino has some pink purses too in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Day. I will be posing another pink photo today as well.
“I understood right from the start that every set of library doors were the sort of magic portals that lead to other lands. My God, right within reach there were dinosaurs and planets and presidents and girl detectives!” ~ Deb Caletti
Thank you for your comments and critiques!
Have a creative day today my friends!
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