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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

RT|WW - Lego Land

Wordless Wednesday





27 comments :

Russ aka Grampy said...

Some one put a lot of work into them. Very Nice.

bj said...

What a great Ruby post. I love this lego exhibit.
xo bj

Carletta said...

Legos take me back to when my kids were young and the fun we had making things. I can hardly wait for my Grandkids to enjoy them as well.
A nice Ruby find!

J Bar said...

Looks like fun.

Luna Miranda said...

amazing! i admire the dedication of the people who assembled this exhibit.

miss*R said...

what alot of work. I can remember building things with my son [now age 36] - but never as big as this! I spy the Ruby :)

Jama said...

That must have taken days to complete, impressive!

Robin said...

It's amazing what intricate things they can build out of little plastic bits.

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imriz said...

imagine how many legos were used to built an eiffel tower replica:)

lina@women's perspectives said...

wow, creating all of them needs smart and hard work!

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Okay, this is gonna age me...but when my son was young...the only colors of lego were red white and blue.

They've come a long way!!!



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Hope you are having a glorious day!!!

Dianne said...

that is amazing detailed work!!

♥♥ Willa ♥♥ said...

Lego,absolutely is the most classic toy ever!

Kim, USA said...

This is super ganda. Lego is really a nice toy for kids. Great shot!
My cardinal

stevebethere from bethere2day said...

How brilliant is this, great shots :-)
Happy WW! thanks for stopping by :-)

msdewberry said...

Wow, those are really cool! Someone had a lot of patience and talent to put those all together. They are great! My hubby would love to see a display like these, he is a big kid at heart!
Thanks for coming over to my blog for a visit, please come back soon!

Marice said...

how nice! i saw the same thing in SM MOA last december :)

srp said...

I remember the tiny doll houses when I was young.. such fanciful dreams and wonderful playtimes. Thanks for the visit.

chubskulit said...

Those are gorgeous ate Liz!

ellen b. said...

Very cool!

Con Artist Trickster said...

Lovely pics. Those lego-works are fantastic.
Happy WW!

caite said...

love the Legos! some of the creations at the Lego-land at Downtown Disney in Orlando are just amazing

Max Coutinho said...

Hey Liza,

I have always loved Legos: they were such cute toys to play with (not to mention the fact that they help developing kid's minds)!

They are great toys for kids.

I gather all is well with you and your family, darling! Here's a super hug to you :D!

Cheers

Sandee said...

I would have loved to help build this. This is impressive.

Have a terrific WW. :)

John S. Mead said...

Very nice post! Some of my students just finished London's "Tower Bridge" in Legos!

Thanks for guessing on my WW...visit back on Sunday find the answer ;)

CaNdi said...

Is this the exhibit from Megamall? We went there and saw this and my son loved the free play area where he build a humogous tower... hahahaha...

Lyla said...

Very nice pict! I love Legos :)

 
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