Monday, April 23, 2018

Works and Pictures of a LEGO Artist etc;




LEGO display  at the Drum Recital
In the middle of March when the Drum Recital  (page of my post) was held,  we could also enjoy the display of Lego and pictures of an Artist.  At the Break Time, Participants seemed to have relaxing time with the artist and his works.  First time for me to see the real Lego and felt Thankful for this experience; I made my husband laugh when I said "intricately made".



Double Cherry blossoms
On 15th this month, my husband thought about the late blooming "Double-flowered Cherry trees" and took me to the near by children’s park. Luckily, they were in full bloom. Please bear with me of another cherry blossom.



Birds I found recently
"Black Kite, Skylark, Wagtail" I found recently.  Black kite was perching on the bridge. Other two were in the rice paddy. Many Skylark were in the paddy and their color almost assimilated with the field p;-)



So sorry that I haven't been able to visit any of you last week. We had another family bereavement and away from home 3 days early last week. Today (23rd) after I serve lunch for my husband, I will start visiting you.

Linking this post to these pages and Thanks to all the link hosts;" All SEASONS", "MosaicMonday""Through My lens", 

19 comments:

Maggie said...

Hi Miyako, I was sorry to learn that there had been a family bereavement, thinking of you at this sad time. In my opinion there can never be too much cherry blossom, I look out at my front garden a hundred times a day it seems just to look at our beautiful flowering cherry tree.
Happy Mosaic Monday.

Tamago said...

Hi Miyako san. Interesting Lego display! I think Lego when I was a kid was mostly just squares. These are intricate indeed :-) Beautiful cherry blossoms. I love the double-flowered blooms. Please post as many times as you like because I would never get tired of seeing those beauties :-)

伯母様がお亡くなりに、、、大変でしたね。心からお悔やみ申し上げます。伯母様は旅立つ前にきれいな桜を見られたならいいな、と思います。Sending warm hugs to you xo

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I'm very sorry for your loss too. It does seem like this year has been a hard year for so many of us. I love your Lego pics. My boys grew up playing with Legos and they still like to sit on the floor and build things...with the little ones! Have a good day sweet friend. Hugs, Diane

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Hello Miyako... so sorry about the death in your family. Intrically made seems like a good way to describe the Lego man to me -- I couldn't do it, although small children seem to be able to put them together very easily.

Your flowers and birds -- as always -- are delightful.

jeannettestgermain said...

We can never see too many cherry blossoms! These are beautiful! What a great idea to have these Lego structures for the drum recital! Sorry to have lost another person close to you! Many thanks Miyako for sharing the joys and the sorrows with All Seasons. Wishing you a beautiful spring week!

Angie said...

Unfortunately, we seem to be in that time of life that there are more bereavements than there are new births - I hope your family is coping well.

As others have said, there is no such thing as too many cherry blossoms - thank you for sharing!

When you visited my blog a few posts ago, you asked about the wood of our piano - it is oak that was quarter sawn.

I hope you enjoy the rest of your week!

Lorrie said...

Hello Miyako,
I am sorry to read about another family bereavement. Such sorrow. May you find comfort in your memories.
Cherry blossoms are all over our city just now, too. They are achingly beautiful, as your photographs show so well.
My son loved Lego as a child, and continues to build with it today and plays with his own children and Lego now. It's a toy for all generations!

Lady Fi said...

Lovely blossoms and cool Lego!

riitta k said...

Your double pink cherries are so divine that I could admire them every day :) Every child in Finland plays with Legos, my sons too as a child. Of course they were not able to creat such fantastic things as shown in your photos.

My deepest consolatinon for your loss, thinking of you <3

Weekend-Windup said...

Sorry to hear about the loss...
Love to see the Lego display. They look original.
My kid loves to play with it.
Beautiful flowers and birds:)

Michelle said...

Those lego creations are fantastic. My son used to love playing/building with them. Thank you for linking up today.

My condolences on your loss.

Margaret Adamson said...

i am sorry for your lose. Those oink blossoms are magnificent and children all over the world love Lego. Have a wonderful weekend.

betty-NZ said...

The legos are just so much fun to see! Loving the flowers and birds, too. Sorry for your loss.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and the family. My great nephew would love all those Legos. The cherry blossoms and trees are just beautiful. Great sightings of the Black Kite, Lark and the Wagtail. Wonderful collection of photos. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend!

Betty Crow said...

I'm so sorry for your loss. The double cherry blossoms are beautiful. Enjoyed seeing the birds.

Rambling Woods said...

Hello Miyako. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I did enjoy the legos and the nature photos...Michelle

Anni said...

Thanks for joining & sharing this post with us at I'd Rather B Birdin.

A Colorful World said...

Such gorgeous blooms! Spring is such a beautiful time. Love the birds too.

Kay L. Davies said...

Ohhh, the double cherry blossoms! Exquisite!
I am going to send your link to my artist brother, much younger than I, who loved Lego when he was young, and appreciates beauty in all its many forms.
Thank you for sharing!
Kay
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