T-Rex in Portland Maine

A T-rex in its natural environment. Portland, Maine is home to several of these creatures and when an opportunity to photograph one of them I jumped at it! Don’t worry they are harmless and actually quite friendly.

If you haven’t seen these dinosaur suits before then you surely are living under a rock. Having been in one myself I know it is a TON of fun!!!! I was operating the camera for this T-Rexing adventure. Yea it’s a thing, and a fun way to venture around the city that’s for sure.

Hitting all the spots in Portland, Maine. From a fashion inspired shoot with flowing fabric on the cobblestones of Wharf Street in the Old Port. To seeing fans and being helped across the bustling commercial street. We even got a little sentimental on the docks, contemplating our life and what it means. I don’t think we stopped laughing the entire time!

A few things happen when there is a T-Rex around. Everyone wants a photo or just comes over to say hi, and there is a fearless energy when inside the suit. Going up to strangers and eating their pizza, or popping up in the window of some unsuspecting people having dinner. It sure is a ton of fun!!! I think I can check this off my Photo Bucket List!!T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine on crosswalk T-Rex in Portland Maine with flowing fabric T-Rex in Portland Maine in pedicab T-Rex in Portland Maine in pedicab T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine on dock T-Rex in Portland Maine on dock T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine T-Rex in Portland Maine with flowing fabric

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