Sep 18, 2016 – [Sunday] WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge #2

September 18, 2016 § 2 Comments

Cabo da Roca, Portugal, taken on April 29, 2013

No new photo challenge this week so I’ll do another one for last week’s. Cabo da Roca is located in Portugal and is the westernmost point in mainland Europe, at the very edge of the continent. Coincidentally another Portugal post following last week’s challenge đŸ˜‰

Sep 11, 2016 – [Sunday] WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Edge

September 11, 2016 § 2 Comments

Ă“bidos, Portugal, taken on April 28, 2013

Ă“bidos is a lovely little town in Portugal surrounded by a wall on top of which you could walk. And that was exactly what I did with my buddies when we visited. Walking around on the edge of the wall, the entire town is in front of your eyes and you really get quite a perspective of the age of this place!

Jul 10, 2016 – [Sunday] WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Look Up

July 10, 2016 § 3 Comments

Sintra, Portugal, taken on March 28, 2016

What do you do when you’re at the bottom of a deep, gigantic well? Well, look up! You may see a friend waiting for you at the top!

Jul 02, 2016 – [Saturday] Is this what you call art? – Sand sculptures

July 2, 2016 § Leave a comment

Lisbon, Portugal, taken on March 27, 2016

As I had mentioned last week, Lisbon is full of amazing public art. I really have no idea how the artist did it, but the sandy guy on the right was peeing right into the well! Impressive…and amusing!

Jun 25, 2016 – [Saturday] Is this what you call art? – Brain tree

June 25, 2016 § 2 Comments

Lisbon, Portugal, taken on March 27, 2016

Lisbon has its fair share of exceptional street art and one of the coolest ones has got to be this one found in the Alfama district. As my friends and I were trying to figure out what it represented, one of them suggested that perhaps it was a brain…a tree of knowledge in a brain? Whatever it was, it was impressive!

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