photo hunt : old fashioned

I found this windows in Maimoon Palace, Medan, Indonesia.
Since it was built in 18th century, so I guess all the things are old-fashioned 🙂


~ by sikiky on January 26, 2008.

15 Responses to “photo hunt : old fashioned”

  1. that’s great shot! thanks for dropping by. happy weekend!

  2. Hi!Thanks for sharing that place.Looks still old even if newly painted?Great find!

  3. Wow,centuries ago!
    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Great architecture there!

  5. nice catch for the theme… mine’s up too.

  6. I love this shot. So much interest. love the colors. Well done.
    Have a great weekend.

  7. WOW! And such a beautiful shot:)

  8. It sure looks old fashion to me, great shot! Happy weekend!

  9. That’s a great photo. Happy Weekend!

  10. excellent photo.

  11. LOVE the way you captured this – the shutters open like that are really eye catching.

    Write From Karen

  12. Those windows are such a rare sight nowdays 🙂 The angle of ur picture is great too!
    Thanks for visiting mine 🙂 Have a great week ahead.

  13. I love the colors!

  14. i’ve been to maimoon palace and i love love love the chandelier there. hehe.

    re: lake toba, i think it’s much more lovelier than bukittingi. but bukittinggi’s weather is nice tho. and possibly, u didnt see the calendar being featured in their museum is coz it’s not important(?). but i got that from the many2 souvenirs shop around the tourist area 😉

    thanks for visiting my blog =)

  15. I love this blog and specially this picture… The windows are great.

    I`m linking you in my personal Canada and Quebec blog of pictures on

    See you!

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