Seeing and taking photos of the White House is a tourist’s travel destination and activity when in Washington D.C. It is the must-see house when visiting the state capital of the United States. I did just that as I posted in my previous post.
Also, while being in Washington D.C. I can’t help but marvel over the beautiful residential houses lined on the streets of this state. Its design and architecture seem to represent an all-American type of living.
But there is one funky house that really struck me the most while visiting D.C. It is not painted white like the official resident of the US President but instead drawn into the colors and design of a watermelon.
Though boxed-type of a structure and not the typical house seen along the streets of Washington D.C., the Watermelon House was indeed something unique. Kudos to the artist who planned and made this because he was able to successfully capture on drawing attention of passersby and onlookers on such a funky art.
I could not contain myself from not taking photos of the Watermelon House when I saw it! I nevertheless did not dare knock on the door so as to enter and check how the interior looks like. I left the residents alone of course. But I definitely wondered if living inside is as refreshing as that of the refreshing watermelon.
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