The Sunday Post: Architecture that melts my heart

Traveling often delights the eyes in some of the most fascinating architecture in the world. From the mesmerizing masterpieces of Machu Picchu to modern day skyscrapers of Pudong, there is always something to capture the eye.

Here are some of my favorites from my travels…

This post was written in response to Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post: Architecture. To view more entries, click here.


    • Thanks Jo! I was being a little lazy by not posting each one separately and talking about them! Looking forward to checking out your entry! 🙂 Our dinner is just starting over here!

  1. Cool, nice collage! I love looking at the architecture of other cultures…it’s amazing to think how long ago some of these structures were built, and HAND-CRAFTED, nonetheless (unlike skyscrapers). Machu Picchu def took my breath away. Great images 🙂

    • Thank you! Yes it is indeed amazing! I was so inspired by the Great Wall and Machu Picchu. The Taj Mahal is also one of my favorites as it is absolutely stunning….

      • Aw thanks Nicole! I headed straight back to Phuket where I used to live and am disappointed with how much everything has changed in 10 years. It’s now very built up and way more traffic. I’m trying to find the good here again. Not sure of my next step yet. I’ll get back to my blog soon. At least for now I have internet but I’d rather be out than in on the computer. I miss my blog too!

    • Thank you! I should have taken the time to write out each place!!! The first one is the “Monkey Temple” in Kathmandu, Nepal. Glad you enjoyed the pictures!

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