Day 1154 Fernbank!

Can’t believe I had time to draw any part of what we call brontosaurus that is in the Fernbank Rotunda but I had given up chasing my grandchildren around and Henry loves it when I draw. They actually have different names- argentisaurus, Giganotosaurus, Anhanguera and pterodaustri.

I toned the page just now with a tea bag. The African Nectar one that I got at Kavarna Saturday. I rewet it. Still plenty of tea in it. Maybe I will make another cup of tea with it.

This is the brontosaurus being chased by a T rex. I should have drawn the T rex but couldn’t find a seat where I could see it and I needed a seat by then.

There are also several smaller flying dinos near the brontosaurus’s head.

Shot of the Rose Bowl yesterday where the kids parents have been at the UGa OK game. I am so glad the right team won since I am the one who told them to go and I would babysit. Who knows when UGa might be in the Rose Bowl again!?

Lucky ducks also got to go to the Rose parade and had bleacher seats.

Margaret xoxoxo whose beginning to feel like she lives in Atlanta or Decatur this month.

#fernbank #atlanta #georgia #brontosaurus #stillmanandbirn #skeleton #usk #urbansketchers #ink

6 thoughts on “Day 1154 Fernbank!

  1. kestrelart says:

    Nice drawings.
    Ask your grandchildren to identify the dinosaurs you drew. You might be surprised to find there is not a brontosaurus, or a T. rex or a flying Dino in your pictures. I had fun looking them all up and where they came from and when they lived.

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      • kestrelart says:

        You’ll be amazed what a five year old knows about dinosaurs. But if you were chasing small children round the museum, I share your amazement you got a chance to draw at all. I love that you drew the dinosaurs and your post made me think – I wasn’t criticising.

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      • kestrelart says:

        Your post made me look at the museum website and that’s where I got the information on the dinosaurs on display. The detail is too geeky to bother you with. Sorry – it sounds like I was being smart at your expense. That wasn’t meant. I still have a bit of the kid who loves dinosaurs in me.

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