Taken from the right angels, these could fool a person into thinking they are bigger then in real life :)
How very cool is that Tanya.. Could do with a little tlc but considering the teeny buildings are so old, they must have been built really well way back then, such a sweet present oui :)
These are some great shots!
oh, my! how odd! :)
We stopped and walked around a long time ago. On one of my recent visits to Roanoke, there was an article in the paper that said it was falling into disrepair. Best,Bonnie
I guess she must have been a real Elvis fan?
That's fun. These miniature displays can really be deceptive.
Those are really neat little houses!
This is totally cool! I wish someone could be found to keep it nice and take care of it. It is a great tourist attraction for sure. And one of a kind.
I have heard about that but never seen it. I think it used to be a real elaborate deal back in the day.
Oh, that's cool!
That is wonderful work. I hadn't heard of it before, but it reminds me of a place here that used to have a miniature village.
How sweet. and a lot of GREENERY!ROG, ABCW
I had no idea this existed! I love miniatures. Would like to see this.
I love these!
I like the rock walls in the first shot.
That's a great idea and gift... very unique!
That used to be so well-kept up, and such a treat to see. I remember when it was first done.
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)