Friday, December 19, 2008

The fifties (III)

'Saisa' restaurant at Santo Amaro de Oeiras beach.

14 comments:

Jim said...

Looks like a beached boat.

Tanya said...

I love that sign and I bet that outdoor seating fills up on a nice beach day!

Hilda said...

Your title and the photos together made me smile. Fun capture!

mkhansen said...

I had the same thought as Jim. Is it supposed to look like a ship? All sorts of wonderful blues in this -- nice in combination with the warm stone colors.

LaClau said...

Love the pictures of your blog. Happy to have discovered it.
Saludos desde México.

nobu said...

Interesting building.
I think It serve delicious sea food.

J ..de Santa Fe said...

Love your Beach Blue color palette .. . and the restaurant sign done in seashells is classic folk art from any time .... .

Per Stromsjo said...

I know you tend to avoid people in your shots but I still imagine the beaches are sort of deserted at this time of year?

jill said...

Interesting structure, portholes and all.

hadv said...

Your photos capture the beauty of your place.

Eki Akhwan said...

I like the geometrican shapes and the color of this building. Inspirational.

JM said...

Yes, Per, apart from surfers and some people jogging or walking, beaches are empty this time of the year. The best season to be there on sunny days if you have time!

Peter said...

Is the restaurant as empty as the beach this time of the year?

I guess we will slowly start to appreciate the 50's architecture again! Maybe?

Joan said...

I love that sea shell sign!