Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 15
A person in Belgaum, Karnataka went all out to specific his love for images.
The man ended up constructing a home that resembled a digital camera. Ravi Hongal cherished images ever since he was a toddler and used to go to the close by rural areas to click on photos, in a report by All About Belgaum.
However, his love for images took a loopy flip, when he made himself a camera-shaped house. The 49-year-old photographer additionally named his sons Canon, Nikon and Epson after the well-known digital camera manufacturers, that are additionally written on the home.
The information began trending on Twitter after individuals posted photos of the home and the household within the camera-shaped house.
A camera-obsessed photographer from India builds a camera-shaped home! 49-year-old Ravi Hongal has spent over $95,000 constructing the 3-story home, which appears to be like like a digital camera within the city of Belgaum in India. pic.twitter.com/uzqThg7dCj
— Nirmal Kumar Ganguly (@NirmalGanguly) July 13, 2020
Ravi Hongal a #photographer from Belgaum in #Karnataka constructed a camera-shaped house. And that is not all,he has even named his three sons, #Canon, #Nikon and #Epson. Anything for the love of #photography !
📸: Internet @NikonIndia @adityadickysin @agacorbett @anandmahindra pic.twitter.com/GH5VLrJcPg
— Vaibhav Singh,IFS (@VaibhavSinghIFS) July 13, 2020