nice colours , is it freshly painted ?
I like colors and also this near old tower.
What's it like to have one's own chapel, I wonder.
belle maison, avec cette tour.
Love how the painted building is built as a part of the stone tower and gateway.
As delicious as a lemon cake!
I love the colors of your city JM. They make me smile.V
Such a contrast between the smooth side of this colorful building and the rough stone of the tower behind it.
Que capela linda, e a torre feita de pedra é extraordinaria!Léia
Excelente fotografia de importante Património....Cumprimentos
Another photo that is simply a delight to look at because of its subject matter, composition, light, color and sharpness! In other words, it's about perfect!I covet your coven. Are covens dangerous? Do they have witches, also?You probably ought to be more careful. I'd hate to read this line in the newspaper: "Oeiras City Daily photographer missing. Last seen entering a coven. If you spot him, report to the nearest witching station." ;-)
How colorful and delightful! I could probably benefit from having my own chapel! I did LOL at Lowell's comment! What a hoot! Hope your week is going well, JM!Sylvia
Unusual colors, great tower!
I'm with Lowell! I think ordinary zoos, churches, and public squares seem a safer bet! This one is so pretty, lovingly cared for (and no peculiar symbols). Beautiful shot! I love the colors and moods of your city.
Linda fachada. Encantadora.
A lovely building to see.
Now these colours remind me of Seville! Pity it's private, I would have loved a peek inside! There seems to be an interesting entrance next to that mysterious tower...
Pretty big to be a private chapel.Great job, JM!
Liking the contrast captured between the painted house and the ruggedness of the brickwork on the bell tower. ShaunValleys ShutterBug
No decay here! Funny little window.
I love the tower!
Wonderful shot of this architectural ensemble.
What a surprising choice of colour.
Beautiful choice of trim color.
The orange seems a tad gaudy to me.
It's just so perfect JM, it would be fascinating to see what it looked like inside.
That's nice to have, I suppose.
@PerthDP: Well, if I knew the owners of this property I would go in and take a shot. :-)
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