Every once in a while when I scrap the pictures off the camera, I find a batch that looks like this:
Now, these are an improvement of the ones taken of lego.com with product displays of sets Harry would like us to buy. But, these did make me wonder -- were they ransom photos? was he trying to remember how he configured the parts so he could make them again later? was he just taking pictures of his pals? who gave him the camera?
But on Tuesday, all was revealed. This was field work -- research and development, if you will. My dad stopped by after work and Harry had created a Lego museum in his room. (Admittance fee: $15, real dollars.)
And, to think I had treated some of his early work much like NASA treated the original moon footage...