Que composiçao mais artistica nessa foto, amei o angulo e os azulejos são belissimos!Léia
Love the perspective you took here - great framing! Can't believe you have buildings from the 12th century to photograph and I think 100 year old buildings are old here!
Those pillars look lovely.
It's very powerful. I didn't expect the strong vertical lines for a baptismal font. It's almost like bars on a prison.
A very interesting photo.
Is it still in use?
Beautiful tiles behind those bars.
And of course the gorgeous tilework! Interesting POV here JM. Love it.V
@Ciel: I don't think so.
Wonderful... You have found an interesting and unusual angle.
A fantastic composition.
These architectural elements form quite a contrast to the lighting of the company offices that you showed the other day. What a difference a few centuries can make.
As always, I'm amazed at the photos you get of places this old! As Cathy wrote, here in the states, too, we're doing good to see any buildings built two hundred years ago! The tile work is gorgeous and your composition is superb as always, JM! Have a great week!Sylvia
i've never liked these. always too 'cryptish' for me.
É um local muito bonito. Abraço
The workmanship was so much better years ago when they did not have the tools we have today!! Diane
Beautiful! Like others from the U.S. it is so interesting to see things with so much history!
Amazing that this building survived the earthquake, given its years! Great shot, Jose!
The baptismal prison! :-) Can you imagine the lives of all those baptized down through the years at this font? Wonderful composition, JM. Love those tiles in the background, too.
Amazing photo. I love the tiles.
The blue and white tile work absolutely makes this a wonderful image JM. I'm so in awe of the age of some European cathedrals.
This picture is truly amazing. I love everything about it: the composition, the lighting.Have a great new week.
Beautiful! I'd love to get a closer look at the tile work.
A beautiful shot you've got here, wonderfully composed!
This picture seems so intimate.
Always tiles in your part of the world. I really like the blue and white ones.
Beautiful tile work.
It's pretty incredible that Lisbon Cathedral had survived numerous earthquakes. What I like most about this cathedral is the main facade, which actually looks like a fortress. It must have once been used as a forward base to attack the enemy during a siege.Earnestine Kettering
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