This moc was made quite a while ago now, so its actually quite old and many of you may probably have already seen it. Im just a bit late in posting it here.
Situated in Looe, Cornwall, stands the old Lifeboat station which was built in 1866. Its second Lifeboat 'The Ryder' served for twenty-eight years, right up until the station was closed in 1930, and during this time she was launched twelve times and saved thirty-seven lives. Today, the fully restored Ryder is the only surviving Standard Self-Righting Lifeboat in the country and is moored in Polperro Harbour as part of the Heritage Museum display.
Its that time of the year when I really don't do much building, but seeing as the weather has been terrible here in the UK, i've been stuck in the last few days. Another addition to the collection!
That is truely beautiful! The work on colors, texturing, the mix between stones and foliage, the choice of the flowers... It looks like an old postcard (maybe it was your goal?). The result is outstanding.