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A travelling photographer from the South of England who is on a voyage of discovery in his sailboat Trelawney around the coasts of europe. Currently wintering in Faro Portugal the photographs in my galleries are from my travels.
For the techies my equipment is:
Canon 5d ii 21.1mp
Canon 17 - 40 F4 L USM, Canon 24 - 105 F4 L IS USM, Canon 55 - 200 F4 L USM, Sigma 100 - 500 F5.6.
HDR work using photomatix Pro, Fractals using Apophysis, Finishing work in Photoshop, Painting and Drawing using Corel Painter
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My websites where my latest uploads and larger images can be viewed is:
The dark red of mighty castle walls that loom over the city and the surrounding countryside. The interplay of stone and light on the gothic architecture. Vestiges of the Moorish presence in the city's history. Streets of white houses that reflect the sun and the blue sky. Herein lies the appeal of Silves where the past merges with the present.
Silves retains much of its former charm in the streets of the old 'almedina', which are still laid out as they were in medieval times. The buildings that extend from the city walls to the river are, in many cases fine examples of the bourgeois architecture of the end of the 19th century and the early decades of the 20th testimony, to the new prosperity brought by the cork business. Much of the city's past can be glimpsed to this day in the patterns of its streets and its architecture. The Jewish quarter was situated between R. das Portas de Loule and what is nowadays the parish hall, while the synagogue was outside the city Walls.