Buildings!

Dunmore is something that is very close to my heart because I was originally born within a village named Dunmore. For the sake of my own anonymity, I do not wish to disclose where I was born. However, as someone who is a simple town boy, I feel like any village or county that is named after a Dunmore is my own home. I feel like I have a home in nearly every continent in the world thanks to Dunmore being such a popular name. This may not make sense to people who were born within a city and are used to travelling, but for those who were born in a very small village and knew every aspect of every building, and even knew everyone who lived and worked in any building and even their ancestors, you would realise how close you would feel for that village. I like to think that deep down, no matter what Dunmore you are originally from throughout the world, you are always connected to one of the other Dunmore and you are always family.

Thanks to my village life, I have been able to greatly appreciate buildings of all shapes and sizes. Architecture is something that really interests and intrigues me, as I am only used to small buildings with the same shapes and designs. When I first left the village of Dunmore, it was to go to university in London. If you have ever been to London, you would notice just how many amazing buildings there are within the city. There are the obvious buildings such as the Tower of London and Westminster Palace, but then there are other buildings that really stand out for different buildings. Although the ones I already mentioned are obviously beautiful and amazing, when you look at them you can truly see the history behind them. That is why other, newer buildings such as the famous Gerkhin and the Shard are such marvels when it comes to buildings and design.

When I was a bit older and I finished my study in university, I eventually went to apprentice on a building site in Manchester. I first got my big break within the company of Manchester builders who took me on and treated me wonderfully. They really took to me and allowed me to be part of their team, and I immediately started learning from them. I took such an interest in buildings that I decided I wanted it to be part of my career path. I decided that I wanted to create these buildings myself that one day someone like me when I was younger would look at with marvel. I wanted to really place my own mark within this world, and I felt taking part on the construction of such beautiful buildings would be the way I really wanted to do it.

I have taken great interest in buildings and one day I want to become an architect. Eventually I want to be able to build my own Dunmore village with a complete influence on a contemporary design style. I want to create a village that looks like it was made 100 years from now, rather than 200 years from the past. This is my dream, and one day I want to be a master builder who can really achieve things in this world.

I hope you enjoyed my blog post today. I just wanted to detail how much I love buildings. I hope you have read some of the blog posts I have created in the past. I also hope that you follow me in the future where I detail just how I will create my own Dunmore. For now, I will continue to work in Manchester and learn the trade more than I am now. Speak soon!

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