Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Urban Disarray


Mouraria District, Lisbon

17 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

"Urban disarray" I love that title!

RedPat said...

it's a lively disarray, JM!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! I love your title, too!! We surely see our share of it here in Oregon!! Hope your week is going well, Jose!!

Lowell said...

Dissaray is a nice way of putting it! What a conglomeration of buildings and colors and balconies! I wonder how much dissaray one would fine inside these units?

cieldequimper said...

Your disarray looks really good to me!

Gert Jan Hermus said...

You published some great work again my friend!

Greetings from the Netherlands! ;-)
Gert Jan Hermus
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bailey-road.com said...

Full of life and living.

FotoMarg said...

These buildings are why Lisbon is so interestingly for me.

Jack said...

It seems to have lots of charm. Life!

Photo Cache said...

your title is very nice. i actually like the "disarray" part of this image.

Kay said...

It looks much more interesting - and alive - than many suburbs in the U.S.

William Kendall said...

It looks chaotic, but quite lively!

Bob Crowe said...

That's not so unusual, though. As cities pass through time, new architecture elbows its way in among the young. Makes me thing of The City in London, where 17th century chambers mix with radical new buildings like the Lloyd's building and the so-called Lipstick.

Joan Elizabeth said...

An interesting caption but I have seem much more disarray than this in cities.

orvokki said...

Happy walls. So lovely !!

VP said...

OK, it is a bit of a mess, but we have seen worse things built recently.

Gunn said...

As tourists I like to walk in narrow roads, here the sound of people living there, smell the dinner and listen to music, live or from their radio´s.....

Looks cosy.

Fantastic doors/windows/balconies.