Friday, February 12, 2010

Snow-In Souvenir Buildings

If you've been watching the news, you'll know that the northeast portion of the U.S. has gotten a double-dose of big snow storms. To illustrate the predicament, Building Collector reader Mark M. from Pennsylvania sent me a photo of the his state's Capitol Building and the Zembo Shrine almost covered in snow. I'm sure the real buildings are in a similar situation. Scott D. also sent photos of a souvenir building becoming covered in the multiple Virginia snow storms. Most of his collection is safe and warm while a miniature Taj Mahal is buried on the outdoor window sill. Do you have funny or unusual photos of your souvenir buildings? Send them to me and I'll post them for everyone to enjoy.

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