We’ve set up a Lego shelf, using a theme of a park, with a tellytubby style green hill background.
The little one has moved onto to playing with other things, but at least this little guy seems happy.
(Note. The Little One has moved onto playing with lightsabers, and Star Wars cartoons – I am NOT complaining!)
Taken during a birthday trip to The Orange Elephant in Devon.
Up on being given the chance to choose what she wanted to do for her birthday, the little one decided to do the Maize Maze at Orange Elephant. As it’s the last weekend they’re open for the year, we went for it.
The question now is, where shall we go for ice cream in Devon now?
Even if the sun isn’t shining like this today, I hope you have a good day.
Some more Lego Photography.
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Spotted coming off the coast off Exmouth, Devon…
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We spotted something in the undergrowth…
Lego, Star Wars, and a chance to see Han Solo and Chewbacca again, The Trouble with Rathtars is part of a series of prequels to Star Wars The Force Awakens, that have been made by the Lego Team. Whilst there is no telling if this is “canon” or not, its fun enough to make me not care.
Sit down, and enjoy.
Movieweb.com has the rest of the collection, for your Lego viewing pleasure.
We spent Boxing Day this year having a “second Christmas Day” with my parents who live in a cottage somewhere in mid-Devon. As I knew there would be different light levels within the cottage, rolling Devonshire fields around us, and general amount of Christmas, I figured I would bring the Sony Xperia Z5 out for a test drive.
These photos are mostly a result of “point and click”, with the only editing being HDR filtering on the little scarecrow.
A proper review is on its way one day!
Sony Xperia Z5 leant by Three.co.uk for review purposes.
He was told this was a Easter Hat…
Love this Lego take on the last moments of “The Time of the Doctor”.
If only we can have a Doctor Who Lego computer game…