Now that winter is upon us (at least for us on the Northern hemisphere…), don’t you just long for a trip to a more tropical climate, where you can relax by the pool? This waterpark built by Legopard sure makes me long for that… Just look at those palm trees, giving the tropical feel, and those lovely swimming pools to take a dip in when getting too hot. And I’m sure they have refreshing drinks and ice cream at the bar. There’s even some fun slides for the kids.
Now go tell Legopard what you think here.
Sometimes it’s the simple things that I love. LEGO Ink’s UTV reminds me of great times at the cottage. Used for wilderness and trail maintenance, this little truck has got everything.
You'll always be prepared with this UTV
Check out LEGO Ink’s topic to let him know what you think of it!
Although to be honest, skating on this ramp might actually get you pretty close to dying.
Hats are flying, and so are Cupid's arrows, it seems...
LowLUG member Jalkow‘s contribution for their “Build me a ramp!” contest seems to require a ton of skating proficiency, especially compared to the happy trickery seen elsewhere in the skatepark. Rail grinding and ollies are not on the menu here – simply staying up on such a steep ramp looks like quite a challenge. Which is why Max obviously prefers to focus on checking out the ladies instead.
I can’t wait to see what flickr member tater-tots has in store with us with his park scene. There’s a boy riding his bike, a man taking a stroll, and a girl with her multi-coloured kite. Look at the ingenious use of fibre optic cable there!
Peace and quiet!
It appears that there’s someone having a picnic, and the building in the background is nothing to sneeze at either. Check out the rest of tater-tots’ photos on his photostream.
Eurobricks Town Builder, Bluebard has taken a break away from his regular town buildings and taken a new approach on adding some greenery to his neighbourhood. The entrance of Corner Park have with many visitors walking in to take an idle stroll to enjoy the nature wonders of trees and flowers ever since its opened to the general public.
They met in the box and something "just clicked"....
Eurobricks newbie Klementina shared this lovely wedding scene. The elegant pagoda and simple street lamps are particularly attractive. More pictures and discussion on the forum.