W is for Wildlife Photographer

I was originally saving these shots for one of my Minifigure Monday posts (which will resume after the A-to-Z challenge is over). But, these last letters of the alphabet are hard, and it just so happens that this Minifigure’s title begins with “W”. Work has been crazy too, limiting my blog time considerably. So, today’s post is mostly about a couple of photos that I am quite happy with.

LEGO Minifigures Series 16 – Wildlife Photographer

This Minifigure came out in Series 16 (the last set before the LEGO Batman Movie Minifigures). The Minifig herself is alright, and she is decked out for an expedition to Antarctica to photograph some penguins. She comes with a camera and one penguin. I actually bought two of the same Minifigure so that I could have more than one penguin. They were real draw for me. I will one day build a zoo for my LEGO city, and you can’t have just one lonely penguin in it.

LEGO Minifigures Series 16 – Wildlife Photographer

This post was written as part of the April A-to-Z blogging challenge. To read more about the challenge, you can visit the official website. Be sure to check back tomorrow for my LEGO themed letter “X” post!

Until next time,



  1. World penguin day was this week, so your gorgeous pics are most apt.I’m struggling with the last few posts too…both in content and enthusiasm. I don’t usually write to a theme and find it exhausting.

    1. You are almost there!

  2. Sayanti Deb says:

    Shots are really awesome. Which lens have you used for that?

    1. Sorry for the delayed response! It was a Nikon Nikkor 18-55 mm lens… just the standard one that came with my DSLR.

  3. Cute. Didn’t expect it.

  4. Awesome photographs. And those penguins are indeed awesome.

    W – Winnie the Pooh and Canada Too

  5. PhillipL says:

    Love that first picture (postcard-worthy!)

    And I’m glad you didn’t go with ‘wall’ and show a wall of lego. Although that would have made me laugh.

    Phillip | W is for White Shapes | What do you see?

  6. Eva says:

    I can see why yo are happy with the pictures. 🙂
    How nice that the photograph came with her penguin. I bet some human wildlife photographers would like having their own wild animals within their reach so easily!
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