Without further ado, here's a pile of photos I took hastily. Most of them have been heavily cropped and each of them has been scaled down at least to 1/3, otherwise they'd still be uploading.
There's almost a hundred of them. Consider yourselves warned.
|A convoy somewhere in the Baltic Sea (I guess)|
|This one I liked a lot|
|Someone got insane and build a diorama inside a Guksi cup/mug|
|A SS officer somewhere|
|A Lotta entering service|
|Finnish Air Force fighter planes '39-'44|
|I think I was staring at the glass panes of the huge plane almost with an open mouth, looking slightly silly :p|
|It's surprisingly rare to see plane models with open panels around here|
|88FlaK37 or 88 ItK/37 as it was called here|
CarsI am sorry, as I am every year I think, that I understand little about cars. So I can't show the respect the car models should receive. The best I can do is limited to "Oh myyyy, that's nicely done" and "Wow, the details are insane" kind of reactions.
PalikkatakomoYear after year I admire the palikkatakomo stand. Now I'm very eagerly waiting for the time when my project assistant has grown a bit more and reaches the lego age. I hope she gets into them.
|A wonderful rocket from the Tintin comics|
|Video game characters|
|Century tank aka TIE Crawler was a curious detail|
|An overwhelming Imperial presence is always a good thing|
|The dogfight was fun|
|For some reason I found the waterfall effect awesome|
|In hopes of catching some obscure, amusing details I tried to peek into all the buildings|
|Not as enormous as in '12 but it was not a small stand anyway|
|Didn't notice him anywhere :/|
|A horde of kings on their way to a castle|
That's just about it, then. I didn't get any impressive or shareworthy pics of the boats, shops or trains this time. It was lots of fun to watch them live, though. I think there were something like four, five booths just for the trains (or train-related folk) alone.
|I wonder if it could fly or is it just static decoration?|
|On the 501 stand I got lucky and encountered his royal highness, the Emperor himself! He was, naturally, protected by his Royal Guard|