|Dippy the Diplodocus outside Pittsburg's Carnegie Institute near Schenley Plaza. You might|
be forgiven for thinking (as I did) this was a Brontosaurus aka Apatosaurus. Nope, it's notasaurus.
But we're right in thinking it's a grand addition to the gardens.
|A T-Rex with a technicolour dreamcoat of foliage and flowers in Ava Davidson's Pittsburg garden. As we were here with busloads of avid photographers at the Garden Writers Symposium, this "dino solo" shot required patience and a quick shutter finger. Dino was possibly the subject of more selfies than Rob Ford. Doesn't that gorgeous slate roof look like dino hide, too?|
|But who needs to go large? A diminutive (and, of course, colour-coordinated) Pterodactyl hiding in the Floramagoria garden.|