- Posted December 12, 2013 by
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Photo essays: Your stories in pictures
*White House built in Trinidad
I'm an artist all the way from Trinidad and Tobago, and I've recently constructed a miniature White House out of concrete, and used no molds to fabricate it.
Ever since I was a child, I was always fascinated by creating miniature buildings. I remember creating a miniature city in my room, when I was only ten years old.
Before commencing the construction of this replica, I wanted to educate myself on the building, and its history. I then got the blueprints of the building online, and I memorized the blueprints.
I then commenced construction, of my replica of the building. I intentionally made the windows non-symmetrical, to exhibit that no molds were implemented.
When it was finished it was immense, and it fascinated everyone that saw it.
Both men and women, came from great distances to see it in person, and they were blown away by it! This is just another fine example of what the human mind is capable of, when explored, and put into great use.