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Sunday, October 25, 2009

Silent Sunday: A Slide Show for the Young & Young at Heart

This is a slide show of the photos I took of Lego Land at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota. All the creatures, characters, and vehicles are constructed entirely of Legos. videoIf you have kids, they may enjoy this.

20 comments:

The Shopping Mama said...

Thanks for stopping by!

I can't believe all those are made of only Legos! Can you imagine the time (and patience!) it would take to make those. Very cool!

Maggi said...

That is so cool! It's amazing what you can create with Legos! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Ms Bibi said...

Thank you for stopping by my place.

It's amazing what they can do with Lego. We some at the Lego store in Disneyland and my kids are bugging me to take them to Legoland ever since.

floreta said...

very cool. i love legos!!

Karen Vaughn said...

What the imagination can create! Thanks for posting!

T. Anne said...

Ooh thanks! Im going to share this with my kids.

Cathy said...

Isn't Lego Land amazing!! Great pics!

lakeviewer said...

You're living a good life with all this tripping around. It's fun, yes?

mrsofficer said...

WOW thats inside the mall! Imean I heard it's huge but wow! I live in CA so one day Im gonna have to make my way over there and see how long it takes me toget through! lol thanks for the comment;)lets keep in touch!

Ekanthapadhikan said...

Wow! I wonder how many men and women would have worked day in and day out to make those things!

Thanks for sharing.

Maven said...

Oh my gosh! You are HILARIOUS!!!!!

I loved the purloined panties and suspect a blogging friendship is in the works!

natalee said...

My sons are screaming with excitement!!! they had to watch it 3 times.....I want to go to that mall soo bad.. hugs!!!

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Hi Eva,
Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting.
It's unbelievable all those are made by Legos!!
Thanks for sharing :)
xx

Life with Kaishon said...

Oh my gosh! It looks so fun! My friend Gretchen lives near that mall! How cool! I can't imagine a park with features made from legos. I know it is magnificent. I have met you before at SITS! I love your name. I think it is so pretty : ) I knew a girl named Eve Tannery in high school. Now she is a news reporter!

parentingBYdummies said...

My dudes would LOVE this. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by PBD today. Come back soon:)

designer said...

Now that takes creativity and patience! Thanks for your visit and comments on my blog!

Kathie @ my net finds said...

Hi Eva! Thanks for stopping by to visit :-)

MeCassieMarie said...

That is so amazing! So much time and creativity put into those artworks. Thanks for sharing!

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Helene said...

Wow, those are so cool! It's hard to believe they could make so many things just out of legos!!

There's a Lego-land in Southern CA but we've never been. It's supposed to be incredible!

Meeko Fabulous said...

That was neat! I hated Legos growing up. Mine always got freakin' stuff together and I couldn't pull them apart and I just wound up frustrated! LOL