Three wonderful shots, JM. You really get a sense of the original in the stone work.
What a beautiful chapel. You are so correct that as photo bloggers once we start our websites, we see so many new things in our communities with our new eyes. It is ironic that you saw the Chihuly 365 coffee table book. Have you had enough Chihuly yet? I have not scene that book but I sure have enjoyed photographing and sharing Chihuly in the desert. I will be very sad when the exhibit ends.
I agree with you JM about knowing how much more attention we pay to things that surround us when we start a blog.I have this same feeling.Wonderful chapel!Amazing details!kind regardsLéia
I'm glad you did go to this chapel, or else we wouldn't have seen this beautiful structure. So impressive.
You're right JM. We pay more and more attention to the things around us as we get more and more involved in blogging :)What a detailed architecture this place has. I'm simply becoming mad to see Oeiras.My First ComputerBirdhouses, Birdfeeders, Birdbath
Oh wow, this is so opulent!
le dôme est magnifique avec cet oiseau the dome is beautiful with this bird
Your photos are a perfect example of why I love to visit other countries. There is so much history that can be recorded visually. It's a beautiful chapel and I'm pleased that you shared your "new find" with us.
Absolutely gorgeous, JM. Glad you got inside to give us a look. I'm always stunned by the beauty of these old religious constructions.
Each of photos are beautiful!
Everything about that place is gorgeous JM! I totally agree with you about photo blogging. I have noticed so many more details and learned so much about where I live since I started my blog. It's also so much fun!
Absolutely gorgeous chapel!
Beautiful! Very nice shots!
Well thank you for being the perfect blogger! ;-) This is a very intimate and beautiful chapel.
It is true that having a photo blog makes you notice all kind of beautiful things around you. More than before photoblogging. And it's great to share this with fellow bloggers.I really like the picture of the ceiling for its wonderful colours.
With or without a blog, practicing photography certainly sharpens the sense for things around us.I particularly like the third shot when enlarged. Lots of detail there.
Beautiful photos of a beautiful place. The middle photo reminds me of Wedgewood with that soft lovely blue.
Great and beautiful designs. I loved the last image very much.
Beautiful! What is the official religion of Portugal?
There is a richness of ornamentation in the old buildings in Europe that just isn't seen here. I enjoy visiting them through your photographic eye.
What an awesome place! I'm always looking around me for things I think might be interesting on my blog.
Wow, that is so intricate, you captured it beautifully :)
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