Back from Portugal! part 3

Home, nature, Pentax K100D, Portugal, street

I really have to stay true to my word and carry on. I probably wouldn’t have updated the Portugal series if a fellow Pentax forumer hadn’t reminded me.

In this part of the series, I shall concentrate on showcasing living spaces. I.e. nothing out of the ordinary, just the places where ordinary people carry on with their daily chores.

It was still so incredibly fascinating! Especially because it reminded me of home quite a lot.

Pictures now.

20081130-IMGP9045Some sort of museum, as far as I could make out. Never went in there.

Ribeira Grande, Azores


20081130-IMGP9060RG Skyline. A view of the town on the west side of the river

Ribeira Grande, Azores


20081130-IMGP9106Trees in the Sun. RG park, next to the town hall.

Ribeira Grande, Azores

20081201-IMGP9149I envy this person so much. He had not a care in the world. How could you? When you live in a place like this!

Furnas, Azores

20081201-IMGP9214Bell towers of the Church in Furnas – the most peaceful town in the world, apparently.

Furnas, Azores

20081203-IMGP9364Azure skies over the Azores. Just look at that landscape…

Ribeira Grande, Azores

20081203-IMGP9347Ocean to the left and straight ahead. Above us, only sky.

Ribeira Grande, Azores

     20081204-IMGP9472On my way. The most special person in the world lives just ahead.

Ribeira Grande, Azores


I have more to share, but I’ll save it for next time. That’s a good enough excuse to add another entry to my blog, is it not?

Stay safe and happy shooting!




All pictures taken with Pentax K100D + DA 18-55 f/3.5-5.6


2 thoughts on “Back from Portugal! part 3

  1. Spectacular! Your pictures just get better and better! Wow!

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