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Lego diarama, a bit off topic

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John Quilter
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Lego dioramas were mentioned recently. I spotted this one set up at a city meeting room today.   Never knew Legos could create such realistic buildings and such exceptional variety.

Lego town diarama #1
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John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA

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Mike DeTorrice
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Very impressive ! Those Legos certainly are capable of some terrific construction dioramas.

John Kuvakas
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Incredible work! But, the background pics are a hoot!

John Kuvakas
Warrenton, VA

Karl Schnelle
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@jkuvakas I did notice the giant watering can watering the tree growing out of one of the roofs!  😮   Cool dioramas though!

Ed Davis
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As John Quilter stated you can do realistic buildings with exceptional variety.  I am adding some of my pictures from the 2022 Brick World convention/show last June in Schaumburg, Illinois.  Brick World is an annual event, which has exhibits from some very talented LEGO builders.  Except for the last picture, I will include photos showing scenes with cars or trucks, all built with LEGOS.  The last picture is the Chicago skyline looking Northwest from Grant Park, with Lake Shore Drive at bottom of photo. For a size perspective, many of the scenes include LEGO people, which are about 1.9 inches tall.

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For those of you, who would like to see more of what you can do with LEGOS, there are several books and a very nice magazine called Brick Journal.  At the Chicago show later this month I will bring a couple of Brick Journal magazines in addition to my Sinclair gas station with me for anyone interested.

Ed Davis
Inverness, Illinois, USA

Harv Goranson
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@ed-davis Wow! I recognize a few of those.