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Reply To: Blurring the Boundaries May into June with Dinosaurs


Update prologue: 

in more reflection may have gone over the top with this. There seem to be plenty of “live” dinosaur documentaries hanging around through the years and up to the present. A friend recommended this…
When I continued to watch the episodes the animation is evident in places. So it does feel like watching a sci/fi fantasy genre movie/series. It’s fun.  As well as quirky. But the blending of the animals with real backgrounds was nicely intriguing.
As far as blurring…it’s more the wonder of the far out ness of the prehistoric world…that makes one wonder how can anyone not wonder on this marvelous and fascinating planet we call home? If reality has been that strange and curious in the past, then what else is around the bend in discoveries as we look to the horizon?
Maybe Einstein was right about imagination. Though limits help ground, structure, give parameters and focus…there is always the risk of the horizon leaking between extra boundaries. So balance? Grounding and Imagination.

and here was the rest on surreality below:

There is also a strange surreality as this continues…depending on each dinosaur’s tale…in some places to me it feels a little like a blend between Star Wars and dr Seuss…at least in following episodes…kind of quirky as well as surreal…
Kind of an Avatar feel in moments of first episode…but later characters er dinosaurs and other denizens of the realm oh my!
I know there are other similar shows available for streaming but a friend asked if I had seen this one. So thought would give it a try.