Martian Vacation

1. FIRST MARTIAN EXPLORERS
2. ALMOST TO THE SUMMIT
3. TAKING IN THE VIEW
4. ENTRANCE TO SOMETHING SPOOKY
5. REMAINS OF SOMETHING ANCIENT
6. I WANT TO PROBE YOU

How would a Grey spend his holiday? He would go RVing on Mars, of course.

These 6 images show some pretty exciting things to do on a vacation like: rock climbing, spelunking, camping, some touristy stuff, as well as an alien abduction. The last one is definitely not on my list.

With all my works, I try to create as much in camera as possible with only simple wire removal in Photoshop. My sets are large and comprised of dirt, rock, sand or anything I can use to create a realistic environment. After I shoot an image, it’s sent to my phone where I do some final color enhancements with Lightroom Mobile and off to Instagram it goes.

You can see this entire series on my website https://www.huehughes.com Or check out some of my many other Lego series. I’m constantly adding more.

~Hue Hughes


If you’d like to share your own six image narrative on the blog, contact Jennifer at jennifernicholewells@outlook.com.

“Lord Garmadon’s Day” – Six Image Narrative by @Miss__Feklista

Japan is so rich in myths about the mysterious creatures and, in my opinion, the most amazing of them is Lord Garmadon’s story.

Garmadon is a fantastic mix of dark power and fighting skills! He starts every morning with the traditional tea ceremony. If you imagine the table covered with innumerable cups and pots you know nothing about Lord Garmadon’s morning. This guy combines tea with physical exercises – a picture is worth a thousand words.

It doesn’t mean that Garmadon can’t be peaceful. After breakfast he comes where nobody can accompany him (except for his charming pajamas). Admiring the wild flowers, he sings and attracts many birds: they are sure that a strange dark tree is blossoming. A miracle of nature!

Garmadon has his favorite restaurant. The Sushi Chef doesn’t want to disappoint such an unpredictable visitor and always brings him the rarest endangered fish… 

Unfortunately, the Sushi Chef’s boss is an explosive Samurai and always threatens him with dismissal if he acts against Green Peace.

As you can imagine, the Samurai is Garmadon’s main opponent in the city. But their fighting is the most spectacular show for the locals. 

Do you know the story of Lord Garmadon’s wonderful pajamas? Every evening he comes to the place where he finds the absolute harmony…the kitchen. The smell of grilled shrimps and smoke, the sound of boiling pasta and exploding lava calms Garmadon’s nerves after a hard day and countless fights. It’s common knowledge that the locals must bring some sake for Garmadon’s supper so that he would slack the fire of his volcano.

Thanks a lot for your attention!

I’d like to thank Shelly and Toy Photographers Blog for the possibility to participate in this great creative section!

 Ann @Miss__Feklista

Bold Adventures of a happy stormtrooper

I am not what I think I am; I am not what you think I am; I am what I think you think I am. ~ Charles Horton Cooley

Stormtrooper Frank has many adventures.  Most of them are generally happy ones.

-Storm watching
-Pinecone collecting
-Gardening / planting
-Teaching art
-Lunch with locals

But occasionally he has that unplanned adventure like Crash landing on Dagobah… Frank made the mistake of jumping into hyperspace without his helmet strap on… what a mess. Continue reading Bold Adventures of a happy stormtrooper

The Elements of Change

The concept of the story began when I wondered if a Tusken Raider had ever seen something like the ocean.

It was inspired from an experience one of my friends had, moving up from California and seeing snowfall for the first time.  Which was amazing to hear the excitement.

I’ve also had this hairy Bantha toy staring at me, since I took him to the San Francisco Toy Meet-up in May.  And, when I saw the latest version of the Lego Tusken Raiders, I knew I had to do something.

Introducing, T’ooph the Tusken Raider.  And, Soap, his trusty Bantha

~Lawrence Ruelos

Climbing Jumping Falling Flying

It’s a common dream; flying, falling.
It’s a long way up, sometimes worth it.
Sometimes we jump, sometimes we’re pushed.
The hardest part is deciding to take the leap.
Inevitably, a decision is made; embrace the choice and revel in it.
It’s a long way down.
Falling becomes flying.
Landing is another choice.

~Mark Crummett

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Portland, OR 97266

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mark@markcrummet.com

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