A few buildings from New York City.
Averbode Abbey, church
Averbode Abbey, church front
Averbode Abbey, pastorie
Averbode Abbey, abtskwartier
Litlle castle somewhere in Boullonais (note the dirty lens :rolleyes: )
A mixture of styles - traditional Flemish and modern in a trendy area to live, on the banks of the Schelde, Antwerp, Belgium
Here's a picture of the cube houses in Rotterdam. These houses have been build in the shape of cubes standing on one of the vertex. it looks funny, but its very impractical.
A cafe is in a former water-tower.
Here is Hardwick Hall here in the UK on a nice sunny afternoon.
Thought I'd make my debute in this forum by bringing some canadian flavour to this thread.
These photo's are taken with an old Fuji Finepix 4700zoom - medium detail (Got a A620 on the way, cant wait).
First up is Lunenburg Academy in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Second Up is the Lighthouse in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
Finally, not really a "building" per say, but its good enough to get onto our dime, so I'll include it just for kicks. The blue nose. A Canadian tall ship, did quite well in a few races.
Click on thumbs for full pic.
Peca, the colors on the night shot of the city hall are amazing! How do they do that?