Hello, what a great exhibit. I like the mythical dragons. Thank you so much for linking up your post. Thanks also for your comment. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!
Fantástico.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
...my grandkids would love this!
Fascinating how prehistoric fossil remains inspire people's imaginations in so many ways!best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com
Fantastic!Have a great weekend!
The willow mythical dragons look real. Great exhibit!
I'm guessing that this is a popular exhibit!
Great idea to mix history with fantasy!
Hi Christine.Nice the skeletons.Nice to see how they looked like before.Greeting from Patrica.
Imagine them be alive today and live in the wild. A scary thought ;)
Hello Christine!:) What a fascinating exhibition. The willow Mythical Dragons look real, and the preserved Dinosaurs are a historical glimpse into the past. Kudos to the Ulster Museum for showing both.
It makes me sad when I see people who don't believe in dragons. Sigh.
what a cool exhibit
Ohhhhh those dragons!!!!!!If I was able to enter there, they would probably have to carry me out the door, at closing time. Oh I love them!!!
Very cool exhibit, I would enjoy it.
Great display of the dinosaur skeleton and woven dragons! Thanks for sharing
Those two flying dragons are amazing!!! Something I have never seen, of course. The Edmontosaurus has a curved bask, just like me. So of course I love him. How on earth did he get from South Dakota to there?
Hello, beasties!I imagine Edmontosaurus was first named upon discovery for the Canadian city.
Love the dinosaur but those dragons are very cool - I think because of the wonderful wings they have!
Neat pics of the dinosaurs and dragons! Happy Weekend to you,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Nice exhibition. It would be scary to see such huge animals roaming the earth now.
Very cool exhibit! I like the dragons hanging- would be neat to see. We have a ark near here with a dragon footprint exhibted, and more (bones I think) at the courthouse. But when you put things like that out in the weather, the rain acid washes the relics away. I wish they would have put them indoors somewhere.
Those dragons are very cool!
Magic. I have a grandson who would love to see this display in person...