Star Wars 75049 Snowspeeder

When I re-started upon my chosen way, back into the good side of Lego, particularly Star Wars Lego collection, there was no turning back. It had been many fun and interesting adventures to build, photograph and document the Star Wars Lego construction process. Thereafter, producing my own Star Wars scenes with my Lego toys. From my Star Wars 75045 Republic AV-7 Anti-Vehicle Cannon, Star Wars 75044 Droid Tri-Fighter to Star Wars 75022 AT-RT, every Star Wars Lego toy carries a story, photography and documentation of their respective construction process.


I remembered watching Star Wars when I was a young kid and my first Star Wars movie was probably Star Wars VI Return of the Jedi, when I was young enough to understand and watch a movie! Like many others, we were mesmerised by Star Wars and still are mesmerised as of today. One of the scenes that I really like a lot was the Battle of Hoth in Star Wars V The Empire Strikes Back, the Galactic Empire AT-AT Walkers launching an assault on Rebel Alliance Echo Base and it was good to watch the fighting scenes between the Snowspeeder Rouge Group led by Commander Luke Skywalker attacking the AT-AT Walkers. When Lego recently released Star Wars Lego 75049 Snowspeeder and Star Wars 75054 AT-AT, I told myself that I wanted to get these 2 Star Wars Lego toys!


One day, I decided that I will add the Star Wars Lego 75049 Snowspeeder to my collection first and bought it at a bit of discount with my $20 shopping vouchers. While constructing the Snowspeeder, I finally have both the Old Republic and New Republic Star Wars Lego and I am looking forward to owning more of them! Inside my mind, I am planning some Lego scenes with my various Star Wars toys, with the future Star Wars AT-AT, X-Wing Fighter, Millennium Falcon! Oh, did I just said out my Star Wars Lego wish list?


I had already begun a small personal fun photography project with my Star Wars AT-RT Exploration, inspired by Star Wars Lego fans and other Lego fans (Lego Travellers was an inspiration!) when they brought out their Lego figurines/toys around when they went out or when they travel around the world! They are currently being curated on my Facebook Page – TanGengHui Photography and will be up on my Flickr Star Wars collection!


Keep a lookout here! Star Wars Lego scenes project with fellow photographers who are Star Wars Lego fans are coming soon! Combining our pool of Star Wars Lego toys (resources) to produce some interesting scenes and stories with our Star Wars Lego! May The Force Be With You!

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