What do you see # 92 – A Roundup


I am always fascinated by lego, especially the mini-figures. To me they are miniature humans, playing the roles they are cast in. I also love the lego movies and tv series. I guess it’s a way to keep the child in me alive and excited! Last year we watched the new tv show “Lego master builders”. It was fascinating that how creative people were with colorful bricks made out of plastic. Lego symbolizes that adults can be children too when it comes to creating things out of nothing.


Though the image this week was a bit out of ordinary, we had a variety of responses, all beautiful and touching. Please click on the links to read the contributions of these wonderful bloggers.

Chris Hall; Recharge

Michnavs; What if?

Rose; Friendship

Punam; Not so supermanly but humanly

Reena; Fears

Susi; Hero interruptus

Jim; Let’s trade

Melanie; What do you see # 92

Jules; Persistent pursuit

Di; Superheroes captions

Eugenia; Pretenders

Fandango; Superheroes

Nope, not Pam; What do you see # 92

Suzette; Trifle

Tessa; What do you see # 92

Shweta; A well-deserved treat

Goutam; Super-folks

Jeff; Haiku # 33

Usha; Unsung heroes

As always, my heartfelt gratitude to all those who wrote, read, commented and shared these posts.

I will be posting next week’s challenge on Monday at 12:00 pm PKT.




37 thoughts on “What do you see # 92 – A Roundup

  1. It is fascinating what can be created without patterns. I saw a photo of a little boy holding up his version of the Titanic! Which I was told he copied from a pullout illustration from a book!!

    (Are you not sending out round-up links? This is at least the second week I’ve had to go hunting for it and the new prompt…)

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