Que fonte maravilhosa e os azulejos são lindos!Então vem daí o detalhe da criança, no post anterior!WowVc eh super talentoso com sua camera, parabéns!Léia*** estão comemorando em Portugal também o Valentine's Day?No Brasil é comemorado em 12 de Junho, não me pergunte porque pois realmente não tenho a menor idéia! hehehe
il y a vraiment de superbes mosaïques autour de chez toi
What a beautiful fountain with gorgeous tile work surrounding those thirstly children.
such pretty tile work!
Wow , a beautiful fountain , perfect also for the theme of the month ;)
I am glad you placed yesterday's detail photos into context today.We visited Sintra and went up tot he Pena Palace when we were in Portugal. It was spectacular, although it was cloudy and foggy on our December day there and we did not have a view from the palace.
Beautiful ART, and still in use??
That is really all together unusual.
That is just so pretty JM! I love the tile work and the closeups of the children from yesterday too!
Thirsty children at the fountain, Beautiful!
Your sequence of posts has been a delight... the details of the children in marble and now this wonderful tiled fountain! Very nice and glad to know about it, JM.Bisous,Genie
Amazing and so beautiful, JM! The tile work is indeed fantastic! I love it! Terrific capture as always!Hope you have a good day and a lovely evening.Sylvia
Now it all makes sense.I love Sintra.
That's a very special and unique fountain. Great mosaic tiles and sweet sculpts.
Beautiful! The children are much smaller than I thought they would be from yesterday's close up. Love the colors.
This is even more beautiful in its entirety! I am not surprised that this is in Sintra, the magnificent city that is a museum in itself! Thanks for the art you share through your excellent photography! Bravissimo!!!
Wonderful, and I like the way you have chosen to show it to us!
I never would have guessed that they were on a water fountain! I should have thought more..... drinking kids!
Beautiful. It is interesting to look very closely, like yesterday, to focus on details, and then to step back, like today, to see and feel the whole impression.
That's a gorgeous foutain, what color! And your original photo is back for your ID, it's a good one! I have to ask, is that you?
I did not expect one that looked like this. Nice shot!
No wonder those poor babies are thirsty---there is no water in the fountain.Very impressive. the babes are much smaller than I thought. Good idea to post this way. MB
The close up before the long shot was a great way to show this.
Superb, just superb.
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