Monday, April 15, 2013

#5


Lane at Cascais

24 comments:

Doronette NF said...

charming place !

Gunn said...

Looks nice to walk ( and live) in this little narrow road.
It looks promising with the plants, and perhaps it will be colorful in a few weeks time?

Joan Elizabeth said...

Such a lovely composition. It speaks of sunshine and happiness to me.

Sami said...

Nice little lane, I like the the fact that they managed to plant some greenery even though there isn't much space.

Sharon said...

Number 5 has a very pleasing entrance!

RedPat said...

A pleasant little place!

TexWisGirl said...

i like the little planting area!

Sylvia K said...

So lovely!! And your composition is terrific as always, JM!! Sunshine and happiness indeed! Have a good week!!

VP said...

Absolutely nice corner...

LOLfromPasa said...

What isn't there to love about this shot. You undoubtedly had many choices of angles, etc....what a super image you share here.

Lowell said...

This is seductive. Makes me want to move. It has that certain inherent beauty combined with a sense of time and place that is beguiling!

ladyfi said...

What a lovely and inviting alley.

Photo Cache said...

nice neighborhood vibe.

Kay said...

I agree with LOL - so nicely done. It looks like a beautiful spot, though a lot of people in the U.S. would say, "Yeah, but where do you park the car?" 8-)

crocrodyl said...

Charming!

Linda said...

What a lovely place!!!

Randy said...

Another one that I would love to have.

Small City Scenes said...

Very charming and beautiful. It draws one to want to be there. MB

LONDONLULU said...

You composed this just perfectly. Each time I come here I feel inspired to learn and improve my photography:) Beautiful capture and spot!

Petrea Burchard said...

JM, the combination of you and your beautiful city never misses. Every day, another fantastic photo.

orvokki said...

Love this !!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Postcard perfect JM, great angle taking in so many delightful details.

Cezar and Léia said...

Que porta maravilhosa! Linda foto!
Léia

Dina said...

I love how they leave some original stones visible in the old walls of Europe, in respect to them.