A near complete Edmontosaurus skeleton exposed in Ulster museum dated from upper cretaceous period (70 million years ago)and found in Ruth Mason quarry, South Dakota. It's a duck-billed dinosaur measuring up to 12m long and weighing around 4.0 metric tons. Edmontosaurus were widely distributed across western North America. The first specimen was discovered near Edmonton in Alberta. That herbivore preferred coastal plains and could move on both two legs and four. March of the dinosaurs is a cgi film which has appeared on tv and was released on Dvd in 2011. The film follows the 1700 Km autumn migration of a young Edmontosaurus named Scar and his herd as they migrate south for the winter. It shows Edmontosaurus and other dinosaurs from their summer grazing in northwest Canada to their winter grazing in the south-west Usa. Source : http://www.nmni.com/; wiki modified
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pajaran (44402) 2013-09-27 2:02
Interesantan i dobar tekst o dinosaurusima, sa datim podacima ...
Lep pogled na skelet ...
Dobar rad, lepo pokazan skelet dinosaurusa.
Ostali su skeleti i secanja na najvece zivotinje koje su hodale zemljom.
Imajte lep dan, sve najbolje za vikend.
Interesting and good article about dinosaurs, with the given data ...
Nice view of the skeleton ...
Good work, nice dinosaur skeleton shown.
Others are skeletons and memories of the largest animals that have walked the earth.
Have a great day, all the best for the weekend.
lousat (67181) 2013-09-27 2:14
Hi Miguel,it's always difficult to take pics like this,i like your choice of long and diagonal perspective to have the complete view of the dinosarurus rest,great exposure too on this difficult white background and perfect details too.Have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano
danos (80336) 2013-09-27 2:29
nice the view of the Edmontosaurus skeleton with the good light management to makes it even more claer.
I like the good presentation as the clarity of the photo.
ChrisJ (92167) 2013-09-27 4:15
Reminds me of Drumheller in Alberta just north west of here. Good sharpness and graphism with the dark skeletal remains contrasting well against the lighter bg. The diagonal pov works well here and adds dynamism. Obviously with the absence of sharp crocodile like teeth, this dinosaur was vegetarian. I may have darkened the left and brightened the right to get more even lighting, but still great as is. Tfs! Oh and this part of the world was straddling the equator 100 million years ago. Incredible to think that southern Alberta was in the SOUTHERN hemisphere! Tfs!
gervaso (9247) 2013-09-27 4:28
Very good light and sharpnes to show the details of the skeleton, and a very informative note about the animal! Also an interesting pespective to show it! Good job!
Nicou (109778) 2013-09-27 4:54
Fantastique vue de ce squelette de dinauzor sueprbe vue e tiamge comme on voit bien toute l'ssature de l'animal mervielleuse vue.
Bravo et amitiť
jhm (130684) 2013-09-27 7:11
A nice view of the Edmontosaurus skeleton.
Obviously with the absence of sharp crocodile like teeth, this dinosaur was vegetarian.
Colours and presentation are very lovely.
Very well composition, lovely captured.
Nice done, TFS.
eldancer1 (22463) 2013-09-27 9:24
It's amazing how much we learn from fossils of animal from millions of years ago. Awesome capture with good lighting and sharp details. Well done, tfs.
mohammad_H (7942) 2013-09-27 10:17
The concept of this picture, beautiful view of the skeleton of the dinosaur, good resolution and unsurpassed quality, fine workmanship, and a spectacular
Best wishes to you
Noel_Byrne (16281) 2013-09-27 11:34
A very fine specimen of dinosaur and great to see another exhibit from this museum, the more I see for here the more determined I am to visit. I like your point of view here which makes it look like the creature is reaching out to us, and presented very nicely against the white wall allowing us to see so much detail of its skeleton. Hearing this is duck billed gives the instant impression of a cuter dinosaur, as compared to the scarier t-Rex. Thanks again.
fabbs99 (13519) 2013-09-27 11:38
Enormous skeleton of the Edmontosaurus.Excellent POV and perspective, beautiful colors and light, good sharpness.Superb image quality. Very well done. TFS.
Silvio1953 (109385) 2013-09-27 12:53
Ciao Miguel, fantastic creature from past in your beautiful photo, fine details, splendid sharpness and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
bukitgolfb301 (33538) 2013-09-28 0:55
Hi dear Miguel
Very interting objcet is so well coverd by widelens via so sharp and clear presentation. Perfect tight framework is greatly chosen.
All the best and have a good Saturday! Takero
ikeharel (47038) 2013-09-28 1:06
Good morning Miguel,
Just imagine how it would have been to "meet" one like this alive, back in time...
Nice sharp picture indoor's the museum.
Have a nice weekend,
adramad (32927) 2013-09-28 10:02
Una nota muy interesante sobre esta especie de dinosaurio, que nos sirve muy bien para valorizar esta magnifica imagen, que nos lo muestra en su totalidad.
Muy buena la gran luminosidad de la imagen, muy buena tambien la nitidez.
Buen trabajo, me gusta.
Disfruta del fin de semana.
Saludos muy cordiales.
Graal (93630) 2013-09-28 23:58
unusual old museum object - skeleton. Good shot and presentation here. Well done photo.
Have a nice Sunday.
photoray (7970) 2013-09-29 18:02
Fine detail view of the Edmontosaurus fossil in its frozen state, and surprising how well preserved for being 70 million years old,(give or take a millennium).
And I am glad our State of South Dakota shared this guy with Ireland.
mcmtanyel (7359) 2013-10-04 13:17
This is a tightly framed with good composition and light management. Nice, informative note is well-appreciated. TFS.
jmdias (49701) 2013-10-12 1:23
I liked the use of the graphism of this structure of bones , very nice angle and quality of image.