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Really not much to say here. My small contribution to the Brickwall Memorial Park. Sorry for the delay of the post, I misinterpreted my fellow Eslandolans posting process and thought we wouldn't hvae separate threads. Pic has been up on flickr for quite a few days. :-) 

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I really love the concept behind this, the colors play together so well too!  And that's a lot of windows!

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Great green house Elostirion and yep, that sure is a lot of windows! I like the citrus trees, especially the smaller ones in the buckets, and the odd lemon on the floor makes a nice detail. Very nice addition to the collab!

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Brilliant fold out technique to reveal the inside, and the exterior shape is very nicely Legofied. As KaiNRG said, the colors play well together to create a great atmosphere. :thumbup:

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Very well put together, but I feel like this could have been a part of something bigger. Regardless, it's still very nice. I didn't know it was called an Orangrie. Might have to slip that into conversation sometime...

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I love this build! Both the design and the execution are superb. It really looks like a greenhouse. And the trees and detail within are excellent as well. Will we ever get to see the larger one?

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The way you shaped the building is really well done and definitely creates the effect of a glass building. The trees are nice too but the shape and abundance of windows are my favorite part. Great job. 

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Great job with this, Elos, like Kai I love the concept here, and your execution is excellent as well!  All those windows and the trees look superb, and the shape you managed to capture definitely adds a lot to it too :thumbup:  It does look like those trees might have some problems if they want to keep on growing more though :pir-grin:

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