A fascinating shot. So much to enjoy in it.
What a view over the rooftops.. The red leading up to the blue of sky and sea is very appealing José, nice one!
i feel like i'm standing on my balcony enjoying the view!
What a shot! But what that's iron grid on the near roof? And I'm amazed at how deep the water must be so close to the land.
Just reading 'The Day of Atonement' by David Liss, with some amazing descriptions of the Alfama as it was in 1745.
That's a beautiful view out to the cruise ship!
Wow, what a lovely shot!Duncan In Kuantan
The old and the new. Terracotta makes an amazing roof.
the view is superb, and the boat too big ;)
Alfama is an amazing place ! and these roofs so beautiful
Quite a contrast between those beautiful roofs and that ship!
Great views from the top!
What a great view you found to make this shot. Good job!
Terrific capture as always, Jose!! Love your composition and being able to see the contrast between the very old and very new!! So much amazing, wonderful history in your part of the world!! Thanks, as always, for sharing!! Hope your week is going well!!
The cruise stops here?
What a fabulous shot, JM!
How can tiles look always new?
Even though the roofs are uniform in color, the details make all the difference.
Roofs and water, nice view.
That's a very cool picture, for the architecture, the light and the cruise ship that appears to be up on the beach.
Linda vista! Não conheço ainda este bairro de Lisboa, mas da próxima vez não vou deixar passar!!!AbraçosBia <°)))<
My god, the size of that ship.
What a fantastic view. I love all the tiled roofs.
The contrast is remarkable, the old and the new. I prefer the roofs...
Wonderful colour and texture!
Pretty rooftops - shame about the huge tourist ship though.
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