January 2015

Day 365 – And so it ends…

January 1st, 2015|

After 730 days of being followed around by me and my camera I guess the minifigs inhabiting my home had enough of me. They were whispering all day, and suddenly fell quiet when I approached [...]

December 2014

Day 364 – The end is near!

December 31st, 2014|

Dwaas went onto the street to make the people aware that his photography 730-project ends tomorrow. People misunderstood... And HERE’s the latest episode of the Foolish Lego webcomic, episode 145!

Day 363 – Eternal love

December 30th, 2014|

This morning I went into my backyard again, it finally snowed over here so I went out to enjoy this beautiful white transformation. I ran into the Dark family. The past two years we saw [...]

Day 362 – New species

December 29th, 2014|

It's finally getting colder over here, and when it gets colder it really gets a LOT colder. This morning when I was in my backyard I suddenly noticed a new species of minifigs. All though [...]

Day 361 – New and old…

December 28th, 2014|

The new meets the old.... Everybody should know Dwaas by now (and if not; welcome to Foolish Lego 🙂 ). The one on the right is 'Baby'. Yes you read that right, his name is [...]

Day 360 – Live and breathe words

December 27th, 2014|

Steve the bookbunny got a lot of books for Christmas. Now is the time to withdraw from the hustle and live and breathe the words written in them... And HERE’s the brand NEW episode of [...]

Day 358 – Merry Christmas!

December 25th, 2014|

... and thank you all for your continuing interest in Foolish Lego. Just as I'd like to thank my family for being the joy in my life. And HERE’s the latest episode of the Foolish [...]

Day 357 – New years resolution

December 24th, 2014|

The next year Francis wants to try a new hobby and drop his old 'hobbies'. I hope it works out for him (and that he'll remember he made new years resolutions in the first place). [...]

Day 356 – At the winter fare

December 23rd, 2014|

After his hair transplant Dwaas wanted to let the wind blow through his luscious hair... What better place to do that than at the winter fare! And as you can see Dwaas is having the [...]

9 Comments

  1. Paul March 21, 2014 at 05:36

    That’s funny! My wife and I are cracking up at this lost in translation moment!

    • dwaas March 21, 2014 at 07:35

      Speaking about lost in translation… ehr, what moment do you mean? 🙂
      I have the feeling I make more mistakes in my English than I myself thought I was making haha

  2. Haley August 1, 2014 at 22:11

    Hey I love being Dutch and German even if i was born In America but I’m glad it’s in my ancestry plus Germany won but I’m also sad about the Netherlands not winning but Legos make me happy

    • Haley October 9, 2014 at 21:11

      At that time I was talking about World Cup

      • dwaas October 9, 2014 at 21:17

        Aha, I was wondering about that. If Lego makes you happy, I hope the photo’s on this site give you a smile too from time to time 🙂

        • bob November 12, 2014 at 16:04

          well thx you 😀

  3. Nicolas August 28, 2014 at 03:03

    Great photography! How do you come up with so many original ideas to photograph, inspiration is something I greatly lack!

    • dwaas August 28, 2014 at 08:49

      It’s not easy to be honest. Most of the days I just sit and look at the minifigs and wait for something to happen. Or I walk around the house, hoping to be inspired by something. If that doesn’t work I have some other routines I use. And when I have multiple ideas…. I write them down for another day. Last but not least, I get ideas from my readers. So all in all, I’ve always had an idea, but the best moment in the day is after I take the shot 🙂

      • arlwis October 20, 2014 at 16:48

        There are a few methods for inspiration I know, except the ones you said:

        Stare at something and imagine doing something with it and Lego.
        Watch a lot of photography. I mean A LOT. That much that it all messes in your head. At some point you’ll be obliterated with inspiration.
        Watch a lot of photography / videos, imagine remaking a scene in Lego.
        Read a good book / Watch a good movie, although sometimes you might lose the ideas.

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