Hong Kong LEGO Ambassador Andy Hung has recently added a delightful new windmill to go next to his old one from 2008. This gives his Dutch riverside an even more appealing look.
Andy's old and new mill side by side
And after this cool breeze from the north (also posted by its creator on Eurobricks), here’s something else to remind you of the coming days of summer. Hungarian AFOL Alibabo has spent the last couple of months working on a beautiful diorama of a Spanish seaside town.
Since Eurobricks’ resident Mediterranean Town Regulator himself confirms that the distinctive southern atmosphere is spot on, I think there can’t be much more for me to add.
In keeping with yesterday’s Far Eastern theme, here’s a great diorama by lisqr, once again inspired by an actual real-life place.
The Humble Administrator's Garden... No really, that's how it's called!
I personally find this one a most absorbing MOC because it manages to recreate that feeling of spaciousness and tranquility while at the same time presenting lots of little scenes happening all around the place. Besides, I can totally relate to this guy – been there, done that… Well, not in Suzhou precisely, but you get my point.
A few months ago, Lego Train fan Brian Darrow of Indiana created Train Mountain, a huge three-level layout. The display was set up in the Boone County Indiana Library to promote the library. The diorama includes a wonderful collection of scenes including a canoe going down a waterfall, a house under construction, a farm, lighthouse, Thomas the Train, and a number of other fantastic additions. Brian’s diorama is truly impressive and must have caused the library patrons to want to come back time-and-time again.
Brickshelf member Cvianini blends life-like scenic landscaping with Lego trains to create a wonderful train layout. His creation can be found here on Brickshelf. (date of creation undetermined)