A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
Gardens are always FUN!
When I read your title I thought you were going to show a real person making a LEGO product. But, nooooo. This buy is cute, I guess. Looks like way too much work.Re your comment on Ocala: How come I can only photograph mannequins and you get real girls? Ain't fair!
I keep loving this place!
That is simply amazing. He does look a bit "pixelated" when you get up close. It made me think of a painting I saw at the art museum over the weekend. Someone had taken a photo and then painted it pixel by pixel resulting in what look like a photo that had been enlarged too much. It was interesting but I can't really imagine how tedious painting that would have been.
This Lego sculpture just shows that someone has way too much time to devote to Legos. It is in a beautiful location. Your photos document this work quite well.
Oh, how fun!!! My kids loved Legos! And I love your shots for the day -- as always!! You do give me a fun wake up every day with your great photos, Jack!! Hope you're getting ready for a wonderful weekend!!
Wow! So much patience! A Lego certified professional, that's a career choice for the young at heart, excellent :) Nice work on the butterfly Sean Kenney!
Unbelievable, Jack! Think of the time involved.
That's a remarkable piece of work!
I cannot imagine constructing this out of legos.
That is amazing.
What a great work, I would not have the patience.
My first thought is, "someone has w-a-y too much time on his/her hands." Then I think about how much time I spend blogging. I guess we choose our obsessions.
I bet LEGO was very happy to learn that the garden wanted sculptures made of their bricks. Great advertising!
Unique creativity!I like it a lot.
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