Friday, June 01, 2012

Interesting Architecture

I came across some photos on the internet that I found intriguing...and so I thought it would be neat to share with you all.

The first photo is of the world's largest lava lamp...Soap Lake, WA, U.S.A.

Next is a 5 storey treehouse!

I love nature and I personally wouldn't mind living in a place like this!  LOL!

Next is a photo of mobile home condos.  This is the first I have ever seen this, so if any of you have seen them, please share your knowledge.  :)

This next photo is of a beautiful staircase.  It sort of reminds me of the grand staircase on the Titanic.

Next photo is of a red neon globe.  I have to be honest and say that neon lights normally give me a headache.  This one seems calm...perhaps because it is red and perhaps, as well, because it is just a photo, it isn't flashing.  I do find it pretty.

Last photo for this post...this is "Zwembalkons" in Mumbai.  Apparently, each room has its own pool!  Interesting design on this building, I must say!

That concludes my post for today.  I hope you all enjoyed the photos.  I look forward to your thoughts. Please click on the "comments" link to share.  Thank you so much for stopping by!


  1. Lovely houses, Linda ! Very special !

  2. Fascinating assortment of places. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Those are fantastic pictures. I have to send my grandson this - he has a lava lamp - not that big of course. I LOVE that tree house and could live in it too. And those mobile homes - lol! Love, sandie

  4. Great pictures, as usual.

  5. You've found some interesting pictures of architecture to share with us. That tree house is very impressive.


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