Hallucinations of a Tyrant (*objective genitive)

I decided to bring the camera with me to the university today, that you might share in the imagination of one who reads and writes theology the length of each day.

No Man's Land

A lawn that reeks of infamy... and fear... meaning poop.




Here you see the infamous field. Why students continue to traverse it I have no idea.


You done got seen






I hope your cardio is excellent, because Rex is exponentially faster and angrier during reading week. He doesn’t appreciate the decrease in cattle numbers.


Too Late

"Safety in number" is a misleading phrase. It just makes you a mouthful.

I would suggest an alternate route, and at least feigning that you are frightened. This lackadaisical approach to being eaten would have diplodocus’ rolling over in their graves. Perhaps sleep-deprivation has numbed their fear-response.


Get him

Get him

Hooray! This one seems alert. Not alert enough- but at least we’ll get a good run, maybe see some books fly.


Raptor Surprise!

Raptor Surprise!

Clever girl. You can’t let your guard down just because Rex is distracted. That’s when the opportunists sneak in. Watch your back…


Too Close

Slowly back away from the dinosaur.

My final photo for the day, taken from the road leading up to the theology building- He may seem preoccupied, but that should not give you such confidence to approach a feasting Tyrannosaur. He’s a wee bit on the possessive side. Wait for it… dead.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Matthew on November 8, 2009 at 10:54 pm

    Is a velociraptor like a faster version of a raptor?.. or are they the same thing? I feel like I ought to know this sort of thing…


    • Posted by friartalbert on November 11, 2009 at 11:43 pm

      It appears, my friend, that you have suffered tremendously by never having watched the groundbreaking cinematic feature known as “Jurassic Park”… but only the first one. The sequels were, how you say in Australian, “not good(?)”


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