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  1. sdrnet

    [MOC] Honey House in Provence

    Today I present to you my latest moc: I have always loved photographing beautiful landscapes and in 2007 I took a trip to France in Provence. Towards the end of June in Provence the fields are filled with endless rows of lavender that color the landscape and perfume the air. I adored this landscape and after the advent of the beekeeper in Series 21 of the collectible minifigs, the idea of combining the landscapes of Provence with the lavender honey that is produced in these lands immediately took off in my mind. I have concentrated all the atmospheres of Provence in a single landscape with the beekeeper's house, a field with rows of lavender, beehives, trees, flowers and vegetation. The story behind this moc is a little girl (the beekeeper's granddaughter) who is accompanied by her mother to visit her grandfather who lives in Provence and her little girl falls in love with this landscape rich in nature and animals. The house is composed of a rich interior decor which is observable by dividing the two floors and removing the roof. On the ground floor we find the kitchen and the living room, the narrowest part of the house is the laboratory where the grandfather produces his magnificent lavender honey. Through a small window he can leave the jars of honey from the laboratory directly in the kitchen. On the first floor we find the bedroom, a wardrobe and a bathroom with shower. The grandfather has furnished his house in the most welcoming way possible but it is still a rural house and therefore we will not find a television. All the time is spent in the countryside, surrounded by nature without particular technological means! In front of the house we find a fixed stall where the grandfather sells honey to visitors who come to discover Provence. The base of the moc can be divided into three parts for easy transport. The moc consists of approximately 4,200 pieces. The moc is presented for the first time at the MEI in Verona, 4 and 5 march 2023. Visit the full Image Gallery here: Comments and questions are welcome!
  2. kofi

    [MOC] tree

    Hey there, here is my newest creation. You can get more information about my MOC via flickr. Enjoy. tree by kofi, auf Flickr
  3. Hi again, I've been busy for the end of the month! For my first plantation I've gone for what I think may be a slightly different approach. Tiberia is outside of the tropical zone and the information we have says that it is not suitable for typical cash crops. Being more temperate I've gone for a more traditional 'old world' type farm with a twist. The farmer's name is a nod to 18th century Swiss naturalist Fran├žois Huber who pioneered our modern understanding of bees. Hope you enjoy! Also this is my third freebuild for February, so if you are not from Corrington, please feel free to show your approval!!! Dirk Allcock's third and final investment in Arlinsport is also his proudest. During his short stay he meet a very interesting character named Frank Huber. Frank and his young daughter had recently arrived in Arlinsport hoping for a better life after Frank's wife died in childbirth. Frank had it in his head to buy a small plot of land and farm lavender. He was convinced that there was a market for the dried flowers and oil amongst rich Corlanders to alleviate some of the awful smells of day to day life. While this idea held a certain appeal for Dirk, it was in fact Frank's ideas on bee keeping that made Dirk secure a small property just outside Arlinsport for the Huber family. Frank had a new design for a portable beehive that he believed would allow him to collect honey without destroying the bee hive and most importantly, the queen bee. Hopefully the combination of honey and lavender would make a wise investment.