Man builds camera-shaped house, names his sons Nikon, Canon Epson
In order to express his love for camera, a photographer not only built a camera-shaped house in India but also named his three sons Canon, Nikon and Epson.
According to the details, Ravi Hongal, 49, spend over$95,000 to build a camera-shaped three-story building in Belgaum, Karnataka.
Hongal loved photography since he was a child and used to go to the nearby rural areas to take pictures of different events and natural beauty.
A camera-obsessed photographer from India builds a camera-shaped house! 49-year-old Ravi Hongal has spent over $95,000 building the 3-story house, which looks like a camera in the town of Belgaum in India. pic.twitter.com/uzqThg7dCj
— Nirmal Kumar Ganguly (@NirmalGanguly) July 13, 2020
Ravi Hongal a #photographer from Belgaum in #Karnataka built a camera-shaped home. And that’s 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