50 thoughts on “Black & White Photography Project #50

  1. Is that Legoland, Louise? So cute. I’ve got a similar picture of Kara gazing quizzically at a life-sized Lego character too – they really fascinate youngsters, don’t they? πŸ™‚

  2. I think this is striking in black and white, great contrasting physically and metaphysically in the photo. We haven’t been to LEGOLAND yet, it’s in the plans for the summer hols!
    #SundayPhoto

    1. Thanks Tracey – am sure Mademoiselle and Little Mister would love it at Legoland πŸ™‚

  3. Oh little cutie pie! The Lego lady must have taken months to make (it would take ME years – can’t make anything other than houses!).

    1. Thanks Mel – am in awe of the Lego figures – it must take some patience as well as skill to make them!

  4. Great picture, I love the look on her face and the lego man is just great in black and white. Hope you had a great time at BritMums, I did spot you across the courtyard at one point but didn’t get time to say hi.

    1. Thank you – had a lovely time at Britmums and hope you did too, so sorry I didn’t get the chance to say hello to you.

    1. Thanks Darren – lovely to link up again and was lovely to meet you on the Instawalk πŸ™‚

  5. Great fun shot Louise, the smile says it all,
    My nephew would be so envious if he saw this… (he’s actually 40 years old but don’t tell anyone that) he’s always been a huge lego fan.

    1. Lol, it was neither – just a Lego person on the carousel at Legoland, but it does look a bit like Bill and Ben doesn’t it?

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