Travel Photographer Proves Dinosaurs Are The Key To Taking The Best Pictures – Design You Trust

Travel Photographer Proves Dinosaurs Are The Key To Taking The Best Pictures


Paraguay photographer Jorge Saenz uses classic perspective tricks to bring dinosaurs to life in his epic travel series #Dinodinaseries. His photos document the dinosaur tourists’ travels around South America, a journey that began with Dino the green Brachiosaurus in Bolivia.

h/t: boredpanda, lostateminor, metro


The point of the photo series is simple: ‘Nobody can state that in some lonely place of the planet [there isn’t a] dinosaur waiting for his moment to appear.’


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