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Photo Tours

1. It is expected that you should already know some basic Feng Shui concepts before reading these " Photo Tours ".

For beginners or anyone new to Feng Shui, PLEASE read these chapters first:-
Introduction to Feng Shui
The Landscape
The Site
The Home

2. If you would like to contribute any pictures (royalty free) which you would like to share with the rest of your internet friends, feel free to send it as an attachment and your comments to the author's e-mail address the Author. Thanks in advance!

Tour 2: Buildings

 

The architect of this housing unit cleverly avoided a `T' junction by siting the house away from the `T' junction. Only the main gate directly faces the `T' junction.
 

 

The architect of this housing unit also cleverly avoided a road facing the entire building. Notice that only the dustbin area faces the road junction.
 

 

It is inauspicious to have a building sloping towards the sea. This means that whatever wealth owned will be `washed' to the sea. Picture one show a side profile of the building. Notice the sloping building as `highlighted in red'. Picture 2 and 3 are other profiles of the same building.


 

 


The building project (see below) uses many pointed roofs. The buildings are of the `fire' element. The shapes of the roofs are neither auspicious or inauspicous. One future worry is the repairs needed for `leaking' roofs since there are so many of such mini roofs:-

 

 


The building (see below) is `rounded' and  is considered a `water' element building:-