By the Marne River

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    Lego recreation of Henri Cartier-Bresson's 1938 photograph "By the Marne River" in Lego. Original here.

    Setup shot here ...

    You wouldn't believe the number of times they fell over! I had to use tweezers to position the picnic plates.

    Print available on Redbubble.

    enteo botus, >, and 159 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Lillput ages ago | reply

      It was well worth your tweezing efforts. This is a another cracker! Well done.

      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    2. <Dieter> ages ago | reply

      Just brilliant!

    3. enteo botus ages ago | reply

      brilliant. great work like I said you before..

    4. regolare ages ago | reply

      great work! well done!

    5. richpix  ages ago | reply

      For future projects maybe a little Blu Tack to keep things in place.

    6. Sckwish! ages ago | reply

      I was going to say "just brilliant" but its been done....

      but....just brilliant. One of my fave Bresson shots.

    7. dggraphics ages ago | reply

      This series is great, very fanciful

    8. Alex Guerra ages ago | reply

      Thsi lego series is genious!

    9. Phil Stronge ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Ultimate Tribute Photography, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    10. functional quill [deleted] ages ago | reply

      i really enjoy these!

    11. jonbrown13 ages ago | reply

      Can't believe I just put a fav on a lego picture, but I must show this to my lego lovin son... Thanks to Dan Tarbit for pointing this one out to me.

    12. Noa Liberator ages ago | reply

      I'll always remember this photo because a teacher give us a weird exercise in illustration class - to try and draw this photo from the other side...

    13. striped spring [deleted] 117 months ago | reply

      Perfect, you're incredible my friend :D

    14. AmandaPlaza 110 months ago | reply

      unbelieveble work... congratulations...

    15. papoto 109 months ago | reply

      oh you, bloody genius!!!.. Your work is just great

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