Recently, on an island in a chain of islands, a giant egg was observed…could this possibly be the hatching of a prehistoric Pterodactyl? Hmm…it’s difficult to know, but, whatever it is, I’d exercise caution and stay out of the water!
To what creature these jagged orange scales belong remains a mystery to this day, baffling a contingent of experts in the scientific community. Some variety of extinct dinosaur, perhaps, or possibly an old timer having lived for decades in an arid climate. No one really knows…
Looking out on a barren desert from inside the fossilized jaw of a prehistoric beast. View from the edge of an unusual cave with glowing orange object in water. Desert landscape with reflective three dimensional fractal design duplicated and flipped on vertical axis.
Might this be the beginning of another island in a chain of islands? Or, perhaps something more…the hatching of a prehistoric Pterodactyl? Whatever the case, these waters appear dangerous and not suitable for swimming! As such, guests are invited to discover some fun gifts and/or apparel merchandise in my galleries:
Hope to see you soon!
Enjoy this black and white photography, featuring the fossil of a sea shell embedded in a rock found along the Atlantic Ocean. Please visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more. Note – this is not a limited, numbered print.