Beautiful, JM, simply beautiful.
Beautiful! I love those blue tiles. I could stop and sit here for awhile, for sure.
When I first saw the above photograph and before I read the text, I said, that must be in Portugal. I love those blue Portuguese tiles.
The blue tiles grabbed me right a way. Super!
A good place to sit and contemplate the beauty surrounding you.
First of all the tiles are wonderful. And the first bench reminded me of a place to do ones penance or wait to see the principal. but I was good in school.Yes I was!!! MB
The top bench is so shiny clean (and easy to clean under).
Lindo azul e o banco faz um efeito maravilhoso também, um contraste, até um pouco moderno para o lugar, mas em perfeita harmonia!Suas fotos são ótimas JM, vc sempre talentoso com sua camera! ;)Um lindo domingo!*** as praias aí em Oeiras estão muito lotadas de turistas?AbraçosLéia
We were surprised and delighted to discover such extensive use of ceramic tiles in Portugal.
Those blue tiles with the various designs and scenes are quite amazing. I'd guess this church is very old, too. If I recall correctly from a previous post, tile is still being used today in Portugal.
Beautiful and lovely shot JM !!Great post !!
Those bench are a great place to observe the decorations of the room itself. You know you will be aBoB-ed again...
A seat surrounded by great beauty!
They look like Delft blue,CheersMelbourne Daily Photo
I love those blue tiles!
JM, this is stunning! I am thinking that I need to put Oeiras on my list of "must dos."Thank you for showing this incredible tile work.
Once again your lovely blue tile! I can just picture little old ladies clustered on the seat talking before the service.
I love tile! Very cool!
Fabulous! I want a better view of the wall with the monks. Wondering what the scene's all about. Hint, hint. :)
Tiles are cool... no exception, these. :-)
They don't make tiles like that anymore!-Dean
JM, I love all of your photos but I especially love the fabulous tilework you share with us. This is so lovely. You are a lucky guy, do you know that? HAYou live in such a gorgeous place. I must come visit you one day>V
Exquisite captures of tiles that you simply don't see anymore! Fantastic, JM, love the colors! Hope you have a great week!Sylvia
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