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Johŋ, ~Tac~, Don Quixote 2x4!, and 37 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Truman Nihilist 55 months ago | reply

    Excellent vig, as usual. It actually became quite moving, after I watched the video.

  2. gipmetro 55 months ago | reply

    This whole creation is fantastic. The attention to small details really comes through.

  3. Mr Craig Lyons. 55 months ago | reply

    You've done it again Sly, another great creation. Love the parking bays, simple but effective

  4. lego addict 55 months ago | reply

    Incredible, that's all I can say.

  5. eldeeem 55 months ago | reply

    I like you, SlyOwl. I like you a lot.

  6. gambort 55 months ago | reply

    I thought of Ralph McTell the moment I saw your title. Basing a diorama on that lovely song is a splendid idea.

  7. Kris_Kelvin 55 months ago | reply

    Very good MOC. As usual... :)

  8. nolnet 55 months ago | reply

    The first english song I knew the complete lyrics of – it was in my 6th grade english book. Your diorama captures the mood perfectly. Really great. Faved!

  9. Duckingham 55 months ago | reply

    Love all the cool stuff you've got going on here. Blogged at BricksABillion.

  10. gambort 55 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Blogged by The Brothers Brick, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    PS. I couldn't find your real name so if you're happy to have it out there please let me know it.

  11. SlyOwl 55 months ago | reply

    Thanks all, especially the bloggings! =D
    ^ Barney Main ;-)

  12. GreenMoogle 55 months ago | reply

    The video was pretty sad.... Your Moc is great though!

  13. James Lasagnaboy 55 months ago | reply

    Wow. That's creepy. And... great broom.

  14. FUCK THIS! [deleted] 55 months ago | reply

    Got the LP with this on, somewhere, last i recall it was scratched, pretty bad, though (not my fault) beautiful song/MOC

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