My day of adventure to view wildflowers gave me enough photos and stories for 3 consecutive blogs. This is the final installment.
Spring wildflowers viewing is one of the top visitor attractions of Anza-Barrett Desert Park. But when the flowers are gone, another attraction remain year around. There are 130 full-sized metal sculptures of creatures that roamed this desert millions of years ago.
The sculptures are scattered around a large open area. It is easy to imagine that on a rainy day, or in a misty morning fog, these prehistoric mammals and creatures may appear to come to life.
It seems that many visitors were attracted to the 350-foot-long serpent. On the day when wildflower viewing seemed to superseded the sculptures, a long line of cars and people on foot were surrounding the serpent trying to get a closer look at the monster's face.
The sculptures are the creation of artist/welder/owner Ricardo Breceda, known as, "Perris Jurassic Park' in Perris, California.
Aloha -- Cathi