The Word this week is Roof.
I like viewing large areas extensively covered by roofs of uniform color and style:
Terracotta roofs in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Bright color roofs everywhere, as far as your eyes can see.
Roofs and spire at Tallinn, Baltic.
Light color tiled roofs in Yunnan, China.
More roofs on a closer look in Yunnan, China.
I also like looking at individual roofs with different styles and architecture:
Unforgettable union dome-shaped roofs to church in Tallinn, Estonia.
Stepped roofs in the Baltic.
Roof at LiJiang, Yunnan.
Distinctively styled roofs at FengHuang, China.
Tiled temple roof at HongLuo Temple near Beijing, China.
Roof at Shirakawa-go, Japan. These are thatched roofs with an A frame structure so that heavy snow would not accumulate on them.
Roof to an ancient palace in Okinawa, Japan.
Roofs to yurts in Inner Mongolia, China.
Roof of Genghis Khan’s mausoleum at Inner Mongolian; a mix of dome and tiled Chinese roof.
Roofs to temples at Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
Multi-tiered dooms in Istanbul, Turkey.
Aren’t roofs fascinating ?