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¿Dónde quedaron aquellas promesas que un día nos hicimos? .
¿se han oxidado como le ha sucedido a este candado?
¿o por el contrario siguen vigentes y fuertes como el primer día ?
Where were those promises that one day we made? .Have they rusted as this lock has? Or, on the contrary, are they still valid and strong like the first day?
Où étaient ces promesses qu'un jour nous avons faites? .Ont-ils rouillé comme cette serrure? Ou, au contraire, sont-ils toujours valables et forts comme le premier jour?
wish you all a nice and happy thuesday my friend :))**
This is the magnific place of Tavira were i pass my summer holidays for years. Its calm and gorgeous place.
See this link if you want to know more about Tavira en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tavira
Faro de Tavira, Algarve, Portugal
No polarizer, only a Cokin Graduated ND2 (P120), ;-)
Explore #435 - 20/11/2008
Wish you all a nice and happy thuersday my friends :))**
TAVIRA - The town has since been rebuilt with many fine 18th Century buildings along with its 37 churches. A 'Roman' (actually Moorish) bridge links the two parts of the town across the River Gilão.
Just loved the architecture of this building outside Tavira - couldn't resist overdoing the HDR. Thought the Buiding had tones of Art Deco & is a little pleasantly tired.
Tavira is a Portugese town situated at the eastern part of the Algarve coast. To us, Tavira was the most beautiful town we visited during our holiday because it still lacks the massive hotel complexes and represents more of a glimpse into the real Algarve - and because it was sunny ;-)
The inner-city achitecture of Tavira. On the left, a house with the typical azulejo (ceramic tilework) facade. Algarve, Portugal.
Small boat on the rio Gilão and the Fish market on the other side. Tavira Santiago, on the right bank, are administrative services, the castle and historic buildings, the municipal garden, the "Praça de Republica", the main banks and the majority of shops.
Buildings reflecting on the River Gilao in Tavira on the Algarve. You can get a ferry from here during the day to the beaches on the islands in the river delta. The beaches are just one of the local attractions www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attractions-g285715-Activities-c61-...
The Bars and Restaurants are brilliant too...
It's an iPhone shot that I tinkered about with on both the Photos editing & Snapseed.
Tavira santa maria is the left side of the Rio Gilão. It is the residential side of Tavira. We can find typical Portuguese restaurants in this part of the city, in addition to the dwellings.
Europe, Portugal, Algarve, Sotavento, Tavira, Alto de Santa Maria, Torre de Tavira (slightly cut from all sides)
The Torre de Tavira from outside. It’s a former water castle which now houses the camera obscura. It is a modernist reinforced concrete structure and is build on the highest point of the city -the Alta de Santa Maria- in the thirties of the previous century.
The metal space frame is a part of the ticket office at the base of the tower.
A picture of the camera obscura itself is here.
Number 772 of the Minimalism/explicit graphism album
This is the start of a series about Tavira’s modernist public buildings.
Trawlers on the rio Gilão and the Fish market on the other side. Tavira Santiago, on the right bank, are administrative services, the castle and historic buildings, the municipal garden, the "Praça de Republica", the main banks and the majority of shops.
Un regalo para este jueves. Porque los jueves es el día especial para disfrutar todos de la belleza y colorido de las flores.
A gift for Thursday. Because Thursday is a special day to enjoy all the beauty and color of flowers
Camino del puente para cruzar a la otra orilla.
A la caída de la tarde.
This is another photo I took in beautiful Tavira, a town at the eastern Algarve. The bridge in the image is the Ponte Romana. The white-washed style of the buildings was established during Moorish occupation between the 8th and 13th centuries which heavily influenced the architecture and culture of the region.
A champion of the working man has never yet been known to die of overwork.