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  • by Myriam

    extraordinarily bright colorful windows in Singapore ... yellow, red, turquoise, fuchsia, ...

  • Evelyn Doyle

    Wonderful colourful windows in Singapore

  • Dennis Miller

    I had a Victorian home, very much a Painted Lady after a summer of painting. I used 16 shades of yellows, blues, white and turquoise. It took forever & death defying courage as the turret was over 30' high. I had to sell it and when I came back to see it one day, the new owners had painted the entire thing a single shade of brownish gray. :* (

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    colorful house in Singapore

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