Wednesday, June 24, 2015

I am dinosaur hear me roar!



After a wet, wild and windy weekend the blue skies have returned for a while.. still a bit chilly, top of 18C today, my favourite kind of day.. not bad for the middle of winter! I understand that dinosaurs are big news right now but every-time I walk past The Great Escape at Hillarys Boat Harbour I can't help wondering if the moving, roaring dinosaur up there isn't a bit scary, I'm guessing not or he would have been banished back into extinction.. kids are tough these days :) Here's wishing you blue skies and a happy day, take care and stay safe... p.s. rooaaaar :)


32 comments:

  1. How fun all of these "things" around the town are and they're creative, colorful and different!! I love them!! Thanks so much for sharing them through your photos -- which are terrific as always!! Hope your week is going well, Grace!!

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  2. I don't know, he looks pretty scary to me. :-)

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  3. Rooaaaar, Grace !
    Great images, as always !

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  4. I think our movies and Barney have effectively tamed the dinosaur threat! Cute, though.

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  5. he is quite the toothy fellow.

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  6. Sounds like a great day in Perth. It's hot and humid (27C / 81F) in Boston with thundershowers this afternoon. Personally, I'm not a big fan of dinosaurs and don't understand the fascination with them.

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  7. Why this reminds me of the old Godzilla movies?

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  8. Everyone seems to like dinosaurs! 18˚C for winter sounds great to me!!

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  9. I love dinosaurs. Great photos.

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  10. I suppose he's okay as long as he stays up there and doesn't start chasing me. 18c is a bit chilly to us warm weather people. But, it beats our 42c today.

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  11. That reminds me, I must phone my sister...

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  12. He certainly stands out. I remember one alongside one of our highways, a life sized t-rex.

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  13. I knew that WA had history but I had no idea that jurassic's still walked your land. The meteo site you linked to is good. Clear and informative.

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  14. That's a really surreal scene Grace what with the blue sky, dinosaur and golf ball...I love it..

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  15. My grandkids would love him!

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  16. Sounds perfect weather. I love your shots


    ALOHA
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=


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  17. Si je devais rencontrer un dinosaure j'aurais très peur , belle journée Grace !

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  18. Jurassic World comes to Perth Grace.

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  19. 18C. That sounds nice. We have had two Summer days so far. And gray skies. And rain. But no dinosaurs.

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  20. I can use some blue skies of you! I am glad to live in a time without the dinosaur, shouldn´t have liked to met him.

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  21. I'm probably one of the few people who won't be going to watch the new Jurassic Park movie, they dinosaurs scare me, even though I know they no long exist... Silly me!! The one above would creep me out too.
    We had such a wonderful sunny day today.

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  22. I can see how it must 'suck in' in the kiddies. "Oh, Mom..."

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  23. I won´t watch the movie, either, I´m just not interested - but I also love that special dinosaur :-)
    Grace... may I? ;-) Summer, 15C, rainy.

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  24. Yep, I hear this beautiful creature right now!

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  25. It's the middle of summer here and yesterday's high was 13!
    I envy your 18...

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  26. Looks almost real!

    You know what? It's almost as warm there as it is here this time of year - but you are in winter and we are in summer. Hard to fathom.

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