Friday Photos: Eccles Dinosaur Park

For many years, I ran a Photo of the Day feature on this blog. Then I killed it. I got bored with it, and there seemed to be little interest in the photostream. But I have piled up so many photos from museums, zoos, national parks, and other places that I feel I should do something with them. So I’m going to try out a weekly post of five photos from some of those places.

I’m kicking things off with a few shots from Eccles Dinosaur Park in Ogden, Utah – a roadside stop inhabited by an aggregation of concrete dinosaurs. Here’s a look at a few of the theropods in the park.

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