Wednesday, March 04, 2009


This is part of the rundown ceiling of a little Water House in Cabo Espichel.
It was ordered to be built in 1770 by our king D. Jose I.
It has the shape of an hexagon.
There is a fountain inside and stone benches by the walls.
To see more options on this letter, please check in here!
Este, é parte do tecto em ruínas da Casa da Água no Cabo Espichel.
Foi mandada construir por D. José I e tem a forma de um hexágono.
Lá dentro existe uma fonte e há bancos de pedra junto às paredes.
Para ver mais opções para a letra G, espreitem aqui!


Blogger nonizamboni said...

Lovely choice for 'g'--and it just goes to show we can find beauty by just looking up. Enjoyed my visit to your blog and your music was lovely too.
Thanks for sharing!

8:19 PM  
Blogger Miss_Yves said...

Thanks for your visit on my blog.
I visited your country a long time ago, and I enjoyed it -people were so kind!-and Art is awesome !
I love your geometric window !

9:22 PM  
Blogger Pat - Arkansas said...

The ceiling may be run down, but it's still interesting; I enlarged the photo to take a closer look.

Very nice "G" post, and like nonizamboni, I enjoyed the lovely music on your blog. Thanks!

11:11 PM  
Anonymous Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Great photo! Makes me want to play the alphabet game. We did happen to post Girl Scouts today, by chance!!!!

1:01 AM  
Blogger Sylvia K said...

I love your window! How perfect for today and thanks for the history as well. I have visited Portugal and loved it!

2:48 AM  
Blogger bettips said...

Fiquei espantada...não te conhecia aqui. Mas achei sempre que as tuas fotografias bem mereciam "andar pelo mundo"! Fico contente por encontrares uma alternativa às palavras (que congelam tantas vezes).
Fica bem.

3:15 AM  
Anonymous Jay said...

A very original choice for 'G'! The water house sounds like a lovely peaceful place to sit and rest for a while.

On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week! :)

8:08 AM  
Blogger Powell River Books said...

Great picture, I love the shape of the window and the rundown ceiling gives it character. This week I went with geese. I just saw the first pair return. I invite you to come see. - Margy

12:37 AM  
Blogger Carolina said...

What a clever construction. Wonderful photo!

8:26 AM  
Blogger mfc said...

inundação de luz!

3:53 PM  
Blogger Grace and Bradley said...

I get the feeling that I can reach to the heaven through it. Nice post.

6:45 AM  
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