Rochester, N.Y. - The first thing you see on former 13WHAM reporter Stan Munro's website is that he's "not a student of architecture." He's just a really big fan.
One look at his miniature buildings made from toothpicks and you realize he's being modest.
His traveling exhibit Toothpick World has made its way back to Rochester. Munro's display has touched down in countries throughout the world.
Everything on hand is made of toothpicks including replicas of the Statue of Liberty, Yankee Stadium, even the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
"You're gonna see buildings you didn't know existed before," said Munro. "Some of the greatest compliments I've received are 'Oh, this is a real cool building, I wish it was real!' They are all based on real buildings in the world. Even the most jaded people will come away learning something."
The exhibit is at the Assisi Institute in Rochester on North Winton Road. It will be in town until April.