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Posted By: Janse, 07-12-2018, 11:35 AM

Shot in Porto.

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So colourful!
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Colorful with lots of personality - however, I don't see any two-car garages.

Nice composition, Janse.

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Shot in Porto.
great colours! good crop too nice shot
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Great shot. Looking at all those doors really captured my attention.
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Great shot. Looking at all those doors really captured my attention.
Only after looking a second time did I notice all those modern satellite dishes on that old traditional building.
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Well observed and well captured again, these are quite old buildings but if you look carefully there appears to be an almost complete absence of the chimneys you would see in northern climes, I'm fairly sure it must get quite chilly in the winter as its in the northern part of Portugal I wonder how they heated their apartments before electricity ?

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More washing...
Sorry, I wasn't aware of the washing.

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So colourful!
Thanks.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Sailor Quote
Colorful with lots of personality - however, I don't see any two-car garages.

Nice composition, Janse.

Jer
Thank you Jer. :-)

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great colours! good crop too nice shot
Thank you FozzFoster.

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QuoteOriginally posted by DW58 Quote
Great shot. Looking at all those doors really captured my attention.
Thank you DW58.

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Only after looking a second time did I notice all those modern satellite dishes on that old traditional building.
Thank you for commenting reh321.

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QuoteOriginally posted by PenPusher Quote
Well observed and well captured again, these are quite old buildings but if you look carefully there appears to be an almost complete absence of the chimneys you would see in northern climes, I'm fairly sure it must get quite chilly in the winter as its in the northern part of Portugal I wonder how they heated their apartments before electricity ?
Thank you for commenting PenPusher.
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the first two photos were of trolleys that were imported into the US after first being used in Porto.
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Sorry, I wasn't aware of the washing
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