Do you see what I see?

Through his Lego eyes, the Buckhead skyline look like Legos stacked to say “1-0-0”, but I think he was grasping for blip #100 – all I could see was “I a m” or “l a w”…

Whatever this looks like to you, they are near Lenox Square Mall in Buckhead, Atlanta.

“I came from WHERE?”

After verifying the store hours, he made it to the Lego store in the LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta today, and felt at home… until he saw body parts scattered around – of all shapes and sizes. Kids were dismembering little people and creating frankenlegos…

He kept out-of-sight until there were no kids around, but the scene was so gruesome that he had to take a picture before the next batch of kids escaped from Legoland.

And that’s when he realized… that’s where baby Legos come from…

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta

When the concierge at his hotel mentioned there was a Legoland nearby, he made the pilgrimage there, only to find it had just closed for the day.

Time for him to put down his camera and use his computer to look up store hours 🙂

Maybe tomorrow…

Unexpected diversion – CAE, SC

The plane touchdown woke him up from his interrupted sleep, but even through his groggy eyes, this did not look like Atlanta. Apparently thunderstorms and aircraft congestion diverted his plane to Columbia, South Carolina.

His congestion is not happy being locked up in a metal tube with recirculated air for a few more hours than necessary…

Sometimes blip happens!

Highrise reflections of sunrise

Lego woke up to this view from the 42nd floor of the Marriott Marquis Atlanta and was trying to capture sunrise reflecting on the glass facade of the Westin Peachtree. Also seen is 191 Peachtree, the Georgia Pacific building, and if you look really really closely above his SLR lens, the golden dome of Georgia State Capitol.