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How a Lego Photo is Born

How a Lego Photo is Born

My son and I were fooling around with lego the other day and looking through his Master Builder Academy books and I came across this mini build for a cool camera. Needless to say, I whipped one up pronto.  It immediately reminded me of  Weegee, so I made him too. Now if you’re going to make a Speed Graphic camera and a figure who looks like Weegee out of Lego, then the next logical step is to set up murder scene.

…and that is how a lego photo is born.  

I’m sure this is going to lead somewhere interesting, I hope you will stick around to find out where.  

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