Since I did a post on this subject for Jake's Sunday Post back in May, I have taken a few more photos. I hope you like them.
And finally, here is a close-up of the "mãos de Fátima" knockers that most of these doors have.
Unusual, aren't they?
|Alentejo landscape on a wintery day|
|Photo by Joergsam (Wikipedia), available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.|
|One week after the tornado|
|Abandoned factory rooftop|
|On the main road near the bridge.|
|Clean-up at the Al Mouatamid Ibn Abbad Square|
|Traditional house in Arouca, district of Aveiro|
|Granite again - Arouca|
|Fishing village of Torreira, district of Aveiro|
|Some of the smaller houses of Praia de Granja|
|Tiled house in Castro Marim|
|Ornate trimmings, Algoz|
|At the front by the pool area|
|Kariba Dam as seen from the South bank of the Zambezi River (photo released into the public domain by its author, Benbbb at the English Wikipedia project)|
|We used to visit the Garden before the Monomatapa Hotel was built|