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  • Ever wonder what the world would look like from a pint-size "photographer" who is the size of a tiny LEGO man? British photographer Andrew Whyte did. And the result is more than 300 photos of "Leg O'Grapher," the tiny LEGO man Whyte carries in his pocket, taking photos at sites throughout the U.K. Whyte, a professional photographer from Hampshire, England, began taking the photos last year in anticipation of this month's release of "The LEGO Movie" in the U.K. He took all the photos with his iPhone, crouching down to capture the moment from the perspective of "Leg O'Grapher."
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  • Whyte, a professional photographer from Hampshire, England, began taking the photos last year in anticipation of this month's release of "The LEGO Movie" in the U.K. He took all the photos with his iPhone, crouching down to capture the moment from the perspective of "Leg O'Grapher."
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  • Leg O'grapher with evening dog walkers on the beach.
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  • Leg O'grapher photographs the stormy clouds with his weather protected camera cover.
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  • Leg O'Grapher photographs the Coca Cola truck.
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  • Leg O'Grapher photographs the harbor.
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  • Leg O'Grapher spots a striking rainbow to photograph.
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  • Leg O'Grapher at the London Tube Station.
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  • Leg O'Grapher photographs a waterfall.
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  • Leg O'Grapher at the London Eye
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