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Little Lego man travels the UK with his camera in hand

You're never too old to play with toys — just ask photographer and child-at-heart Andrew Whyte.Whyte, 39, from Portsmouth, England started a photo project charting the travels of a "Legographer" — a Lego character who likes to take pictures. From the rocky beaches of Portsmouth to the bustling streets of London, the man and toy duo set out to photograph life's adventures, both big and small.An
Image: A Lego figurine takes a photo in rainy weather
A little Lego man photographs the stormy clouds with his weather protected camera cover.Andrew Whyte / Caters News Agency

You're never too old to play with toys — just ask photographer and child-at-heart Andrew Whyte.

Whyte, 39, from Portsmouth, England started a photo project charting the travels of a "Legographer" — a Lego character who likes to take pictures. From the rocky beaches of Portsmouth to the bustling streets of London, the man and toy duo set out to photograph life's adventures, both big and small.

This quirky series follows the life of a Lego man who has adventured across the U.K. taking pictures.

Andrew originally began the project as a way to add a new perspective to the landscapes he was so used to photographing. By including the miniature photographer in his shots, he was able to add a fresh element while still maintaining a common theme throughout his work.

The project was intended to last one year, but 365 photos later, Whyte still finds he carries the figurine in his pocket just in case the perfect photo opportunity arises.

Samantha Okazaki is a multimedia editor for TODAY.com.