"At that moment there came a roaring and a rushing: a noise of loud waters rolling many stones. Dimly Frodo saw the river below him rise, and down along its course there came a plumed cavalry of waves. White flames seemed to Frodo to flicker on their crests and he half fancied that he saw amid the water white riders upon white horses with frothing manes." J.R.R. Tolkien
George this is brilliant! Fantastic idea to open up the waterfall like that, it really made me smile when the horse came out. One of my favourite scenes from the movie and you've captured it with real style and fun. Well done!
My father has been a public school teacher for over 20 years, and often despairs that teachers don't take the time to actually get to know their their students, and vise versa. Well, Mr. Kaleta, you are fighting that trend in a unique and fun way; you are an excellent role model for all of your students and all of us in the LEGO community, young and old alike. George, my man, you have a bright future in LEGO building and with a super-hero like Mr. Kaleta instructing you, I can easily see you surpassing most of the current builders out there. Great job, and good luck!
By GEORGE I think you got it!!!! I am in awe on how a 4th grader could come up with the mechanics of a fake waterfall that can become a weapon! The patience and the "trial & error" George needed to go through to make it work --- paid off BIG TIME!!!!! He tells a story, carries it through and provides action!!! Well done young man, WELL DONE!!!