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I started the Lisbon series with the tile roofs, and so it makes sense to wrap it up with tile roofs. After all, this is a signature view in Lisbon. So here is another one, and I hope you enjoyed the shots from Lisbon. As always, check out my blog for more photo tips and overall goodness, while I think what to post next.
And while we're on the subject of bridges, here is another cool one in Lisbon - Vasco da Gama bridge. Quite a trip from the center, so mostly just photographers show up here early in the morning. But if you enjoy snapping pictures, this one is well worth a visit. As always, even more Lisbon photos over in my blog (link in bio)
Bit of a lucky shot. Didn't even think about the moon or plan for it. Just saw it rising right beneath the 25 April bridge, hurriedly put on the telephoto lens, set up the tripod and bam, made it just in time. Good times in Lisbon.
Lisbon even has its own version of the Golden Gate bridge. And just like its Californian brother, this one is pretty cool to photograph. The entire riverbank between the Belem Tower and 25 April Bridge is pretty cool and well worth a stroll, with a camera or without. And as always, even more Lisbon photos over in my blog (link in bio)
More medieval buildings, though this one is arguably more famous. The tower of Belem is a pretty cool landmark in Lisbon. A bit of a hell to photograph in the afternoon because of all the tourists, but patience and Photoshop to the rescue. For further Lisbon photography tips, head over to my blog (link in bio).
Gotta hate Instagram's ratio. I have a cool photo of the Monument of Discoveries from up close, but it won't fit. So here it is a bit from afar with a nice reflection. It is very close to the Belem Tower, so make sure to visit it after the tower. For more Lisbon photo tips, check out the article on my blog (link in bio).