Profile: Ray Dar
Fabulous, in my opinion. The dinosaur exhibit was excellent, although we missed the Winny show by a week. Mechanical right? How come she needed a holiday?
Anyway; the birds, butterflies, Australian historical and contemporary life were brilliant, and the Bone Ranger was inspired. My Uncle Nick was totally blown away by the projection system, can we have it when your done?
I will definitely tell all my friends to come and see the dinosaurs - and to bring their Mums and Dads. For two whole hours, mine were absorbed in the exhibits - none of the usual pressure to entertain them, it was like some rare 'me time', really.
I'll definitely start angling for another visit. When are you replacing the Dinosaurs? it would help to have a date to aim for, we're usually chock a block at weekends. December's looking good though - and that would make Uncle Nick's birthday present easy too.
Thanks for a great day, see you next time - let me know when.
Ray Dar (2 and a bit)
At first I was a bit surprised by the lack of pictures, but this technical design challenge has meant, for me, the full realization of the impossible perspective of time on this scale. The lack of images has forced a data comparison which does not compute in human terms - illustrations invented for the purpose of visualizing the never-seen have much to answer for.
Having said that, I'm really looking forward to seeing the real-life dinosaurs tomorrow with my Mum, Dad, Uncle Nick and Aunty Sue
Ray (I luv dinosaurs), aged 2 and a bit