One day I will build my house just like this one. Classical beauty architecture :)
To have a house with Roman pillars in Singapore is going to be extremely expensive! :) They would look awesome.Thanks for commenting at my blog. I apologise for not returning comments as I was caught up in work I'll try to comment here often. Cheers!
bintang it must be nice to have traveled to Rome.Oh my what a wonderful spot to take pictures.I love the glow of the lights spilling out of the windows.And I don't have my camera yet. We looked at them online. but, I want to go to the store and hold one and make sure it is a good fit for me.If it is then it is the one I want. We were looking at the CanonXi...I think that was the one.you can purchase it with at least one interchangeable lens, batteries, a tripod, and of course a hand little case for toting the accessories.I wasn't expecting all of that but my husband was a photographer in his early years.He even developed his own black and whites.and he said if I was going to get it I would need all of things that go with it.Lucky me...I am spoiled.This is a great shot bintang....very romantic and fanciful. It sets one's mind to dreaming of far away places.Thanks for dropping by to see mine.Happy WW:-)
nice shot. Where was it taken?
bluecrystaldude:You have to be a multi-millionaire to built a house with this architectural features
eastcoastlife:I think a roman pillar will become cheap when you have LG 60" Full HD 1080P Plasma TV in your house, does it?
shinade & nicktay:This one was shot on Oxford Street London. I still don't have an opportunity to travel to Rome yet.
For some reason it made me think of Gotham City in Batman. Great photo! :)
What an awesome picture! Happy WW!
Excellent shot Bintang, love this one! I see it was taken in London, I love London! I wish to go there right now! :):):)