Legoland Suburbia

Legoland Suburbia

Posted: 19.11.07 | Categories: [Denmark]  [Legoland]  

Time for some shots from Legoland during my visit to Denmark. It really was an amazing place and I was stunned at some of the models that had been created. From the "Statue Of Liberty" and "Mount Rushmore" which were huge to a pretty much complete build of the "New Harbour in Copenhagen", everything had my mouth wide open in awe. Can't imagine how long it took to build some of them. Even wondering what instruction leaflet was used, as I'm sure it was far, far removed from the ones you'd get in a normal Lego set!


f 4
1/320 sec
105 mm
ISO 100
LENS : Canon 24-105mm

11 Comments Posted | View

  • An impressive image. I like the limited DOF. This creates a nice mood.
    don @ 2007-11-19
  • Uhm, looks like my comment is eaten. So, what I said : this makes me happy, it's so cute + excellent dof.
    Hildegarde @ 2007-11-19
  • I really like this. You see a lot of these model type shots around these days where a situation is chosen to look like a model - the fact that this actually is a model is like a double bluff. Nice one.
    BobC @ 2007-11-20
  • What a kind idea! A lot of childhood memories about the lego system!
    Still @ 2007-11-20
  • Neat shot. I really like this. Reminds me of shots done with a tilt-shift lens.
    Alice @ 2007-11-21
  • hehe, that is awesome! I like the way you've made the perspective sort of first person.
    t-photo @ 2007-11-21
  • Cool, cool, cool! I love miniature shots, you've done a great job with this one. And Lego is cool too.
    javga @ 2007-11-21
  • The narrow DOF works great here, as it doesn't give away the entire scene you are looking at. Are you sure you didn't trample any lego people while taking this picture? ;)
    Arjan - PlasticDaisy @ 2007-11-22
  • Interesting (and giant leaves alert!!).
    milou @ 2007-11-24
  • Great focus on the midpoint truck, love it!
    Sysagent @ 2007-11-25
  • very nice serie of your Legoland shots, well composed.
    riesenriel @ 2007-12-03

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