Lego Tourist

A legoman is getting the chance the live like a human by experiencing life’s little adventures. The minifigure can be seen photographing the beach, train spotting, staring at the sunset and even slipping on a banana. Photographer Andrew Whyte, 38, started the project in August 2012 when he realised the photographs he was taking had no connection.

A legoman is getting the chance the live like a human by experiencing life's little adventures. The minifigure can be seen photographing the beach, train spotting, staring at the sunset and even slipping on a banana. Photographer Andrew Whyte, 38, started the project in August 2012 when he realised the photographs he was taking had no connection.

A legoman is getting the chance the live like a human by experiencing life's little adventures. The minifigure can be seen photographing the beach, train spotting, staring at the sunset and even slipping on a banana. Photographer Andrew Whyte, 38, started the project in August 2012 when he realised the photographs he was taking had no connection.

A legoman is getting the chance the live like a human by experiencing life's little adventures. The minifigure can be seen photographing the beach, train spotting, staring at the sunset and even slipping on a banana. Photographer Andrew Whyte, 38, started the project in August 2012 when he realised the photographs he was taking had no connection.

A legoman is getting the chance the live like a human by experiencing life's little adventures. The minifigure can be seen photographing the beach, train spotting, staring at the sunset and even slipping on a banana. Photographer Andrew Whyte, 38, started the project in August 2012 when he realised the photographs he was taking had no connection.