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A diminutive lone figure strides out amidst monumental stonework and some topiary.

An image taken from the terrace of Our Lady of the Remedies, Lemego, Portugal.  I liked the geometry of those stairs and the size of the architecture. Alas, I didn’t have the strength to get down just one or two flights of steps, because there were some marvellous Azulejos to be seen adorning the walls. I only managed to take a distant image from near where our coach parked lower down…I shall show those in my next post.

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15 comments

  1. It dwarfs the man, and makes him look insignificant in the surroundings. Nice shot, Sue. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. It’s amazing how we get so much perspective with the visitor in the shot – it really shows how large those columns are, and how steeply the stairs slope down.

  3. Nice!! It looks like someplace that would make a fantastic location for a slightly avant- garden movie, of the kind Peter Greenaway and Alain Resnais made.

  4. Nice angle, Sue! 🙂 🙂

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