Home

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…

Home.

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, IndiaDSC_0051 2Homes framing the beauty narrow streets of Rome, ItalyDSC_0122A home on water on The Regent’s Canal in London, EnglandDSC03338 Houses on stilts close to Sihanoukville in CambodiaDSC_0126 Picture perfect homes in Stratford-upon-Avon, EnglandDSC_0908Homes with one of the most spectacular views I’ve ever seen in Lausanne, Switzerland DSC02025Street art covered flats in Santiago, ChileDSC06479Paris apartments with gorgeous shutters in FranceDSC02190 A colourful home on wheels in Valle de Elqui, ChileDSC02760A matching pair in London, England DSC03291A green coloured abode by the coast in St.Ives, EnglandDSC03541The most stunning balcony belonging to this home in Cartagena de Indias, ColombiaDSC04733Blue to match the sea in St.Ives, EnglandDSC02057Houses with a view in Kathmandu, NepalDSC_0262Decorating a home with the most vibrant colours in London, EnglandDSC03578 Coloured homes side-by-side in Cartagena de Indias, ColombiaDSC05194 Look up to see homes against a blue sky in Valparaíso, ChileDSC06031 Homes as far as the eye can see in La Paz, BoliviaDSCF3706Homes in the sky in London, EnglandDSC03777House amongst the lush green fields in Chitwan, NepalDSC_0863

Linking up with  Angie, Jessi, Emma and Polly for this month’s Travel Link Up 🙂

Marcella xx

35 thoughts on “Home

  1. This is a great interpretation of the theme. I enjoyed the whistle-stop tour around the globe! I’ve now decided I’d like to either live in a very colourful house, or one covered with plants.

  2. This is so cool! I’ve always been in love with Parisian apartments and the French shutters. And I love how no matter how diverse the architecture or no matter how modern or old school the decor is, it’s you who makes the house a home.

    I want to see that super colourful house in London! x

    Honey x The Girl Next Shore

    • Thank you!! 🙂 I loved Parisian flats too, they are just beautiful. I found that colourful house in Brockely, it definitely stood out from the rest on the street!
      Totally agree, a house can look anyway outside, but it’s the inside that counts 🙂

  3. These are literally so cool! The homes in Bolivia astounded me in how far they stretch!! They’re everywhere! Do you travel to these places and take these pictures yourself?

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