Oh, my. This suggestion of the fire that was is frightening to behold.
encore une superbe mosaïque sur cette maison.
Os azulejos portugueses são maravilhosos!Lindos detalhes!Léia
I guess the kissing ducks got out of hand...
oops- here's the link:http://mendoncajose.blogspot.com/2010/12/hells-reflections.html
That's awful! At least those pretty tiles were spared.
The tile work came endured the fire will. I hope the people and their property were saved.
Marvelous capture, but always hate to see the damage that fire does particularly to such beautiful, old homes/buildings! Enjoy the day and your weekend, JM!Sylvia
I'm hoping it has been restored inside. The tile work is beautiful.
But the azulejos are still so beautiful...Margaret
that's awful. such a pretty place---I hope it will be restored. MB
what an interesting detail. i wonder what it's about.
That's very sad! I hate fires! When I was in Navy boot camp, we had to learn fire fighting...(fires aboard ship are nasty) and I hated it...firefighters are my heroes.
Estos azulejos são maravilhosos! Blue on pink, just great.
I don't mind decaying houses but always find burnt out ones very sad.
I'm glad the azulejo survived. Is it a recent fire?
@VP: I think the fire took place this year. I have previously photographed the door and the building was OK then.
As always, I love the color and the tiles and the ironwork and .........everything about your beautiful city JM. But most of all.....your new and fab profile photo. :)V
What a shame and it's such a beautiful place.
Oh my so lovley pictures :D you take really good pictures :) i'll to 100 % follow your blog :)
What a shame! This beautiful house urgently needs a restoration.
Sad to see, but it's a fine photo.
So much to like, the tile work, of course, the pinkish facade, the architecture...too bad about the fire.
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