Sunday, August 5, 2012

Pics from the Lego Brickfair

A cool old-looking village.A huge apocalyptic setting.A huge apocalyptic setting.A huge apocalyptic setting.A huge apocalyptic setting.A huge apocalyptic setting.
A huge apocalyptic setting.A huge apocalyptic setting.A huge apocalyptic setting.A huge apocalyptic setting.A war-torn street.A cute medieval village with lots of people.
A snowy scene.Lots of rescue stations.Crop circles!A hotel complete with swimming pool!A downtown setting with buildings as tall as I am!Trains in downtown.
A long line at the Apple store.Busy streets downtown.Just cute buildings.More cute buildings.An old fashioned department store.A major fire happening near downtown!
Lego Brickfair, a set on Flickr. Click on a photo to go to Flickr and view larger pics.

Here are more pictures from our adventures at the Lego Brickfair. Pay attention to the detail in each picture. It's amazing! And in some photos, there will be people (mostly grown men and teenage boys!) sitting behind the scenes. They are the creators of these amazing sets.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

It's a mad, mad Lego world!

We had a grand adventure today in Chantilly, VA today at the BrickFair! All Legos all day long! There was unique custom made parts and accessories as well as table after table of displays. The boys had so much fun. It was almost more than you could see in one day.

There were underground apocalyptic scenes and homes with crop circles (look closely!). There was some serious towns with lots happening. Castles and warriors with creatures from LOTR. Fairy forests with waterfalls.

Everywhere we turned there was something amazing to see. If you like Legos and ever get the chance to go, I recommend it!

Thursday, August 2, 2012