Copyright ©2016 Deborah M. Zajac. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
For this week’s Thursday Doors post I’m sharing more doors from Legoland California. The displays are really, really good.
There’s a section in the park with iconic buildings; some of which one must take a river cruise to see, but this display of the United States Capitol Building located in Washington D.C. wasn’t part of the cruise. There are quite a few doors on it, but I have no close ups of the front doors due to the columns.
Here’s close up of the Marching Band’s Drum Major though. Both my children were in their school bands all through their school years beginning in 4th grade so I’m rather fond of marching bands. 🙂 Baby Girl was a flutist, and Big Baby Boy was a drummer.
All the while they were growing up I was trying to play piano with weekly lessons. Just like I had them doing. There was for many years music, and a beat in our house. I miss it! I do hope #1 Grandson picks up an instrument. He plays my piano…without trying he picks out notes, chords and riffs! I have hope that he has the gift that skipped me.
That’s the Washington Monument you see sticking up behind the Capitol Bldg.
I have no idea how many Lego bricks it took to build this monument/display, but I know it took many, many hours to complete. I was in awe looking at all the displays. Really, they are amazing.
Around the back side of the Capitol Bldg. is a replica of Georgetown.
Another fact about me I don’t think I’ve shared on this blog is that I’m a huge fan of Americana art. Geez, tonight I’m really opening up! Must be the Full Sturgeon Moon. 🙂
I LOVE Charles Wysocki, and Linda Nelson Stocks who are Americana artists. I’ve crossed stitched a Wysocki Autumn Americana Village which took me nearly 9 months to complete. I had it framed. Before our remodel last year it hung over my mantle. It’s still packed…like most of my art at the moment. I feel really blessed to own one of Linda Nelson Stocks pieces. It is currently hanging over my mantle. It’s called the Village of Brewster.
I have 3 more seasons of Wysocki cross stitch pieces to complete; winter is started, but I have no idea when or if I’ll ever complete them. Fall I completed b/c it’s my favorite season.
Anyway, when I saw this colonial red house with white door with black and gray trim I oohed, and aaahhed. Oh, who am I kidding. I SWOONED! Then I took a photo for Thursday Doors. 🙂 I want this house with street lamps. and gate sold as a kit. I’d buy it, put it together with some sort of Loctite glue so it wouldn’t come apart, and I’d put it in my family room. Probably on top of my Entertainment Center where my Victorian Dollhouse resides. 🙂 I love and collect miniatures too. FWIW: I have stopped collecting Dolls, Teacup sets, and Teapots. I ran out of room! TMI? Okay, I know I’m a chatter duck! 🙂
I really like the gate on the left of the house too. The little blue door down the street was a bonus. 🙂 I’m sorry I have no idea how many Lego bricks it took to build this part of Georgetown either.
Warning! I have one or two more post of doors from Legoland California!
BTW: If this week’s post looks funky I apologize! I’m trying to get my images to display a bit larger. This theme is behaving differently the last month or so; my images are a good deal smaller than they used to be. I may end up changing themes! I hope you hang in there with me through this process! Believe me I am not looking forward to changing! It will be hard for me too!
This post is part of Norm 2.0’s Thursday Doors. If you love doors and would like to see the doors others are posting, or post doors you’ve photographed and join other door lovers from around the world click here.
At the end of Norm’s latest Thursday Door post is a little Blue Link-up/View button click it to be taken to a page with all the links to view all the posts, and add your own if you’re a door enthusiast too.
More to come…