Sunday, January 26, 2014

Random Photo: Lego Space Needle

In December Daisy put together this Lego model of the Space Needle in Seattle, Washington from Lego's architecture series. While it isn't as complex as some others in the series, it does look cool.

21 comments:

Redischic said...

nice pic!

Elle
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Pilar Domínguez said...

Yes! I like it! Nice construction. Kisses:)

Anna-Alina said...

Looks nice!

Bob Bushell said...

Well done Daisy.

Elisabeth said...

Very cool! I have that building as an image every time I open my laptop thanks to Samsung :D Thanks for stopping by my blog Adam. If you ever manage to come across those coins of Cleopatra, I would sure want to see a photo of them.

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E from Helsinki, Finland
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Margaret-whiteangel said...

Daisy did an excellent job with the Lego's. We have lego in this house in buckets and buckets :)

Old Kitty said...

Lego continues to amaze! Yay! Take care
x

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Nice work!

Caramella said...

It does look cool indeed, Daisy did a great job!

Joke (Joke's Camera) said...

I agree, Adam. It's really well done and it looks indeed cool. Greetings from the Netherlands, Joke

Selvaggia Capizzi said...

She did an excellent job!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Yes, it looks very cool!

Sakuranko said...

Wow looks very cool, looks like a sculpture, thanks for share!
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the chilicool said...

She really did a gorgeous job!
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Winnie said...

She did great!

Emi ♡ 恵美 said...

Pretty cool ^^

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Danielle said...

that is cool! actually got to see it in person over the summer :)

Lucy said...

Happy sunday Adam! Un bacione Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

shine star said...

Nice post ;)

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Nina said...

My grown sons still love Legos. The architecture series is great! We bought the Tower of Pisa as a gift to the oldest (31!) this year.

Theresa Mahoney said...

We saw this at Toys R Us around Christmas and thought it was a cool concept. I think they have The London Clock and Eiffel Tower, as well as various other landmarks.