Saturday, 4 March 2017

An unexpected find, etc...

I have found this fossil near my home. It didn't belong there in a geological sense. It is either an old coral or a rudist. The jury is still out.






A couple of illustrations form my book Wealden Pond










Monday, 20 February 2017

Reviewing the old sites


An interesting and a very rare find yesterday. It looks like it is an EK baby ankylosaur (nodosaurid) footprint on a piece of rock. I've found it near the ankylosaur dinoturbation No 2.


It is only the middle of February. No tourists at the beaches of Pula. Thus the sea is crystal clear.





A theropod track. It is probably from a large dromaeosaurid.


Yesterday: The giant ankylosaur (nodosaurid) footprint - natural cast deteriorated since the last time I had photographed it a couple of years ago. The new tourist signatures are engraved on it as well.



 Wealden Pond