Portugal - Day 3 - Lisbon

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The rest of day 3 I spent in Lisbon.
I love this town and the people there.

(1) The old district called Alfama
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(2) Lunch time
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(3) Delicious ham (Iberico) - one of the best I've ever eaten

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(4) Enjoying the walk
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(5) City view
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(6) Fascinating conversation
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(7) When the sun goes down
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(8) By night
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(9) Tram of line 28 (best for discovering Lisbon)
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(10) Enjoying the dinner
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Enjoy
Klaus
 
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What a great idea saving this until now---the perfect cure for dark winter blues :)

I know what you mean about Iberico ham--my son can get it in Salt Lake City, and it has become a family tradition at thanksgiving, along with a 10-15 year-old white Rioja! :joyful::smug: He did bring some up for Christmas this year, to compete with the dry-cured Tennessee ham we were having.

What a great collection of pictures. Thanks!
 

kilofoxtrott

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What a great idea saving this until now---the perfect cure for dark winter blues :)

I know what you mean about Iberico ham--my son can get it in Salt Lake City, and it has become a family tradition at thanksgiving, along with a 10-15 year-old white Rioja! :joyful::smug: He did bring some up for Christmas this year, to compete with the dry-cured Tennessee ham we were having.

What a great collection of pictures. Thanks!
Mmmmmhhh...
Have you ever gone through about 8,000 pictures Nick?
That's the reason I'm so late.

But thank you, for suggesting for feature one too
Klaus
 

kilofoxtrott

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Yes, but only for photos captured during several trips, not just one trip!
Thank you Mike.
Most were pictures of Nazaré with waves and surfers. I took serial shots there.
All in all about 4,000 pictures. And the result - about 50 survived.

I'm planning to buy a Nikon F4(S) to shoot 1 or 2 rolls of film every three months.
Just to bring me down on Earth by releasing the shutter...

Happy new year and all the best to you and your family
Klaus
 
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Wonderful work Klaus, fascinated with Nazare and the size of the waves they get when storms come through. Really enjoyed your images taken at night. Especially #9 and #10 surprised by the low iso but the exposures look spot on to reflect the ambiance of the scene. Wonderful work, makes me want to visit.
Thanks
 

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