It means different things to different people. It can refer to a building from the past or present, a city, or indeed an entire country. You can have more than one, several or say the whole world is your…
For today’s post, I am focusing on the physical aspect of ‘home’ that I have seen around the world. Homes of different shapes, sizes and colours. Homes that make you wonder who lives there and what their story is.
Houses through a terracotta frame in Jaipur, IndiaHomes framing the beauty narrow streets of Rome, ItalyA home on water on The Regent’s Canal in London, England Houses on stilts close to Sihanoukville in Cambodia Picture perfect homes in Stratford-upon-Avon, EnglandHomes with one of the most spectacular views I’ve ever seen in Lausanne, Switzerland Street art covered flats in Santiago, ChileParis apartments with gorgeous shutters in France A colourful home on wheels in Valle de Elqui, ChileA matching pair in London, England A green coloured abode by the coast in St.Ives, EnglandThe most stunning balcony belonging to this home in Cartagena de Indias, ColombiaBlue to match the sea in St.Ives, EnglandHouses with a view in Kathmandu, NepalDecorating a home with the most vibrant colours in London, England Coloured homes side-by-side in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia Look up to see homes against a blue sky in Valparaíso, Chile Homes as far as the eye can see in La Paz, BoliviaHomes in the sky in London, EnglandHouse amongst the lush green fields in Chitwan, Nepal