In the beginning of the year I set a new target for myself. Develop my photography skills and make some nice shots of what I am passioned of. Here are some photos that I recently submitted to a competition. No expectations, no desire to be the best. Just participate to gain experience and contact with other amateur photographers.
Posted in Drinking, Eating, Family, kids, Lisbon, Memories, Photography, Portugal, Things to Do, Travel, Wine
Tagged Cerca Moura, Portas do Sol, São Vicente de Fora
Posted in Eating, Family, kids, Lisbon, Photography, Portugal, Shopping, Sports, Things to Do, Travel
Tagged photography, quiosques, river Tagus, Rua Augusta, Terreiro do Paço
Posted in Eating, Family, Lisbon, Memories, Photography, Portugal, Shopping, Travel
Tagged castanhas assadas, Chestnuts sellers, Rua Augusta, Terreiro do Paço
Posted in Drinking, Eating, Family, Photography, Porto, Portugal, Shopping, Things to Do, Travel, Wine
Tagged Caves, Port Tonic, porto, Vila Nova de Gaia, Yeatman
There is always a special corner in Porto to visit. This time I decided to visit Livraria Lello (bookshop) and I was totally amazed by the strange format of its stairs – considered by The Lonely Planet one of the oldest bookshops of Portugal and top 3 most beautiful shops in the world. Public is allowed to take photos from 9 to 10 am. I missed that spot….
Next stop…Leitaria do Paço – apparently where you can find the best eclairs in town. Loved it…and I am not even a fan of éclairs..
And then a walk through the old streets, observing the balconies and how they interact with the architecture of this beautiful city.
Posted in Art, Eating, Family, Memories, Photography, Portugal, Things to Do, Travel
Tagged Caminha, Galiza, North of Portugal, Seixas, terreiro
Posted in Family, kids, Memories, Photography, Portugal, Travel
Tagged beach, Caminha, Moledo, pebbles, Portugal, sea