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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 654 - Things that start with the letter "L"

 
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Feb 18, 2019 22:35 |  #46

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I read that somewhere, too, but I can't remember where.

Impressive moon, rocket, and photo!

Thanks! It took about 14 hours to build it and it's close to 3 feet tall when it's done.

I have some ideas for improving this image, but it requires building some miniature spotlights from some LED's I have laying around. Something to do on a future rainy day.



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Feb 18, 2019 22:39 |  #47

OhLook wrote in post #18814041 (external link)
I read that somewhere, too, but I can't remember where.

Impressive moon, rocket, and photo!

bw!


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Feb 18, 2019 22:39 |  #48

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Lunar Luminosity and a rocket for the first Lunar Landing.

My children read somewhere that old folks need to do things to keep their minds intact. Evil children that they are, they thought a 1,969 piece Lego version of the NASA Apollo Saturn V rocket was a appropriate tool to help the old man's mind. :twisted:  :p

The real Saturn V rocket took men to the moon for the first successful Lunar Landing fifty years ago.


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Awesome stuff, Tim!


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Feb 18, 2019 22:39 |  #49

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bw!

Ahh Shucks! :oops: Thanks.



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Feb 19, 2019 02:21 |  #50

Timphoto wrote in post #18814037 (external link)
Lunar Luminosity and a rocket for the first Lunar Landing.

My children read somewhere that old folks need to do things to keep their minds intact. Evil children that they are, they thought a 1,969 piece Lego version of the NASA Apollo Saturn V rocket was a appropriate tool to help the old man's mind. :twisted:  :p

The real Saturn V rocket took men to the moon for the first successful Lunar Landing fifty years ago.


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Well Done Tim.. ;-)a
I cannot imagine you not having an inquiring mind, BTW :rolleyes:


(I looked for Legos today, but oddly, I don't have them any longer)


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Feb 19, 2019 02:38 |  #51

Timphoto wrote in post #18814037 (external link)
first successful Lunar Landing fifty years ago.

I remember that! nicely shot....


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Feb 19, 2019 06:43 |  #52

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I remember that! nicely shot....

joayne wrote in post #18814170 (external link)
Well Done Tim.. ;-)a
I cannot imagine you not having an inquiring mind, BTW :rolleyes:


(I looked for Legos today, but oddly, I don't have them any longer)

Thanks. I had fun building and photographing it.



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Feb 19, 2019 08:52 |  #53

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Look closely, you will find one or two leek(s)

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Very much up to date, Tom!

Headline from today's Independent (UK)

Brexit food shortages could see people forced to eat 'tons of British leeks', supermarket boss says
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Feb 19, 2019 10:25 |  #54

NEW THEME


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Feb 19, 2019 14:25 |  #55

Some great posts for the week!

I did come up with something....

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