A Legoland Adventure: an alternative view | London Portrait Photographer

Welcome back me, to my blog! I am soooo behind with blogging. It’s been a busy summer and I have sessions both to blog and never to blog! Plus photos of my family’s little breaks here and there and days out – it’s the summer holidays after all. I needed a mini-project for myself to keep inspiration and freshness up for the next hectic months.

Yesterday was that day. The mini-project day. We trotted off to the land of Legoland Windsor where 25 million bricks come to life in a child’s imagination. It was a bit strange for me as I expected a world of plastic bricks but it turned out to be very nature-green, like a zoo almost, but instead of earthly creatures, there you have it – they are all made of Lego – of course.

And then there were the Qs {queues}. They lasted an age. Certainly not worth queuing for 6 great rides for 6 long hours and that’s your Legoland day over – in my humble opinion. But if you have cash to spare, there’s always the Q-bot: their super fast-tracking-bypass-all-the-hot-and-bothered families-waiting-forever virtual queuing ticket and you’re one happy Legolander.

Before I move on to my mini-project images, I’d like to thank Tesco Clubcard vouchers for my free Legoland day trip that made it all ok despite the heat, the forever queues, 2 tube journeys, 2 trains rides, 2 bus rides equating into a 14-hour day that left my husband and I shattered and my kids – well, still raging to go. Otherwise I’d have been one super-grumpy Mummy!

Here are some images from the trip. The full set can be found here where the journey starts from London Waterloo station and ends on the train back.

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