50th MOC - MOCluster: Hawai'i PAB (Ala Moana) . My 50th MOC! I'm looking forward to my 100th MOC, and I didn't find out this was my 50th MOC until 3 weeks later! Well, that was an edit, so I'll let you start from HERE - ... No, seriously, read... - MOCluster! I'm finally posting these! Okay, so there's a Lego store in the Hawai'ian island of Oahu, in the world's largest open-air shopping complex, the Ala Moana Center! Located in Waikiki/Honolulu, the Lego store in the AM center is HUGE. I'm talking, probably 800-1000 feet squared! At the back of the store, you'll find a wall FULL of unique LEGO elements. Buy a cup, and choose whatever you want on there. Anything that fits the cup. This system is called The Pick A Brick, or the PAB. When I actually started picking out pieces from the was, I was surprized. They should have more unique elements. But that's in my opinion. These are ALL of the photos I took, blurry and clear, so don't complain. It's all good!I actually took pictures of EVERTHING I brought from that store. No sets, but I got a big baseplate, and a picture of all the PAB elements I got. (My sister accidently deleted many of my PAB photos, so I rebuilt them at home. There's a couple of defects, but it looks fine) Beware for an endless MOC! Ahaha! This is a really long MOCluster, so hope you don't fall asleep eatting pizza on this one! . A leaning tower... With lot 'o trans Lego elements...
And a view of Honolulu and Waikiki from the balcony.
There are a lot of pictures, so you can skip them if you want... I'll only place captions on the important pictures.
Another architectural build.
"The Tide is Rising" is the name. Basically me in the sand... With a lei...
The rest of the elements I got from the PAB wall.
The rest of the stuff I got from the store.