During my recent travels, I visited the Convent of Christ at Tomar in Central Portugal.
Known by art historians as being of the Manueline style, the windows are the most fanciful I have ever been lucky enough to see.
More on the beautiful town of Tomar and its castle and convent at a later date.
For today, just a little tempter….
Round window above the main chapter house window, see below.
The famous chapterhouse window, made by Diogo de Arruda in 1510-1513.
It was poppy time in Portugal and I can’t resist adding poppies into Portugal posts!
When you read “Part 1”, you just kind of know it’s going to portend multiple posts. Yes, frankly, it will. Amsterdam is just utter door heaven.
Instead of substance ecstasy, I was maybe unique in having door ecstasy during my weekend in town. Continue reading
Blue hour over the Tagus, Lisbon, April 2017
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A little layer of cloud over the Alps, 30/3/17…
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