I know. I know. I’m sup­posed to be tran­si­tion­ing to more pro­fes­sion­al mate­r­i­al on the blog while I am still search­ing for employ­ment, but I was giv­en a new dinosaur! In minia­ture! Per­fect for new pho­to projects. We did some bak­ing today — after I did my yoga and sent out a cou­ple of cov­er let­ters and resumés, of course. You can decide which of those two activ­i­ties involved more prayer.

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Always bake respon­si­bly. Those carbs’ll kill ya. Or just run more and enjoy!

Dino bak­er tool inspec­tion. Always insure that your imple­ments are ready to go.

mmmm… health fats. Dino bak­er always wants to exper­i­ment with new ingre­di­ents.

I think I’m going to like this stuff…

and sud­den­ly, things took a turn… how do I find myself in these sit­u­a­tions?

Are you telling me you wouldn’t also go for a swim in a pool of brown sug­ar giv­en the chance?

We’re going to need a big­ger spoon.

Microplanes are the best. And car­rots in muffins. And minia­ture dinosaurs.

Mt. Fuji (apple). Pffft. Yeah, I sum­mit­ed.

Just give it a lit­tle taste. It won’t hurt. Oh, and the last one is over­filled.

Are you sure you set the timer cor­rect­ly? These fan­cy ovens can be tricky for you I know.

Too hot to han­dle? Wait until you’ve lived through mass extinc­tion, then you can talk to me about too hot to han­dle.