Lens-Artists Challenge #173 – Interesting Architecture

This week, Tina invites us to to share our images of Interesting Architecture.

The roof is the dominant feature of traditional Japanese architecture. The slightly curved eaves extend far beyond the walls, covering verandas, and the weight is supported by a complex bracket structure.

The Shishinden is the most important ceremonial building in the Kyoto Imperial Palace:

Amsterdam features numerous examples of innovative, modern structural design. These intriguing buildings developed a stunning, modern cityscape.

Machu Picchu stands 2,430 meters above sea-level, in the middle of a tropical mountain forest, in an extraordinarily beautiful setting. Its giant walls, terraces and ramps seem as if they have been cut naturally in the continuous rock escarpments.   –UNESCO

Thank you for sharing a day of your week with us. You have taken us to many beautiful places to enjoy the beauty of nature, beach, city, garden through your wonderful day trip. Your photos and stories made my week a special one. 🙂

We hope you’ll join us this week with some interesting architecture from around the corner or around the world. Be sure to use the Lens-Artists Tag to appear in our reader, and to link to Tina’s original post.

Next week, Patti leads our challenge. Be sure to visit her site.

77 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #173 – Interesting Architecture

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  3. Thank you for taking us around the world again, Amy! Love your Japan photos – and of course Machu Pichu. It looks just as I remembered it, even if they say there are loads of tourists nowadays. Japan is something I have dreamed of for many years, but long journeys are not that comfortable anymore. I still want to go – your images always encourages me! And Amsterdam! Haven’t been since I was 16 – I’d love to see that green house. Marvelous shot, Amy. I wonder how big the rooms are at the corners…talking about having a “flat”!


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