Thursday, April 2, 2009

Two little angels

Private house at Carcavelos.

25 comments:

Sailor Girl said...

Lindíssimo!!

cieldequimper said...

Lovely house, cute cherubs, like guardian angels protecting the house? ;-)

Cezar and Léia said...

Bom dia JM!
E um lindo dia será, pois já comecei bem meu dia com esse magnifico post!Que linda foto, que perfeita simetria!
Quanta nostalgia! Já imaginou quantas cenas romanticas seriam filmadas nessa "sacada", uma varanda para a poesia!E o detalhe dos anjinhos é simplesmente encantador!

Wonderful picture indeed!
Congratulations!
Kind Regards
Léia

willow said...

Lovely architecture!

brattcat said...

Amazing tile work under those two cherubs.

henny said...

I love the light here. Who lives in that house?

Olivier said...

c'est mignon et c'est une belle maison.

Jacob said...

You definitely have the "eye." I would have walked right by those two little angels.


Very nice shot!

Babzy said...

the wall is well decorated with all these tiles !!!!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

the angels are a very nice tough and I love all of the tile on the front of the house. Portugal is so unique with the tile on the front of the houses. I am glad you enjoyed the Yellow Chihuly Saffron Tower for theme day! Thanks for your comments.

Hilda said...

Such gorgeous houses you have there! This is so beautiful!

Jarart said...

Fabulous detail and tile work on the house. It must be beautiful inside as well.

m_m said...

Lovely building, it's a really optimistic photo!

B Squared said...

Simple. Elegant. Understated. Beautiful.

Julie said...

Not only the angels, JM. But also that glorious grill work on the juliet balcony.

lavenderlady said...

Now I am curious...what does the whole house look like?

Jackie said...

They're cute! It must be nice to have your house protected by sweet cherubs :)

Mo said...

i could live here

Marie-Noyale said...

Are they showing us the sky...
Another beautiful tile work..

marley said...

I'd love a balcony like this but it'd be pointless - I live on the ground floor!

Per Stromsjo said...

- Got to fly!
- OK, catch you later


(or what do you think they're saying?)

Lois said...

What a lovely balcony!

the donG said...

looks like they used to hold something.

Joan Elizabeth said...

The buildings in your area are so interesting and you have a wonderful eye for their details.

humanobserver said...

A simple and clear image.