Pterosaur Spotting Confirmed In Elysian Park

pterosaur.jpgBringing closure to an expedition begun back in May, amateur paleo-sculpturist, Echo Park resident and reader Hexod is reporting on his blog that the Elysian Park pterodactyl is alive and well and soaring high up on a hill overlooking the Golden State Freeway.

“It appears to be a pterodactyl made of iron and bolted onto a tree, overlooking the Interstate 5 and Burbank. I don’t know who put it there, when or why. But it’s absolutely amazing.”

Just another reason why I love this part of town. Art can be found in the most unlikely places.

Photo by Hexod. Larger version viewable via Flickr.

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