Click for large image

Village.jpg

Village

North of Amarante
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Alvor_Fishing_Boats.jpg

Alvor Fishing Boats

The south coast (the Algarve) is intensely developed with the trappings of tourism, but enclaves of the original culture still persist.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Amarante.jpg

Amarante

An important trade center since Roman Times.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Beja_Museum.jpg

Beja Museum

The museum in Beja is known for its varied architectural styles and azulejos.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Bell_Tower.jpg

Bell Tower

The cathedral (Se) in Guarda.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Bell_Tower___Stork.jpg

Bell Tower & Stork

Stork nests are a common site in the central and southern parts of the country.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Bench_with_Petals.jpg

Bench with Petals

Garden at Casa de Mateus, near Vila Real.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Bom_Jesus_do_Monte.jpg

Bom Jesus do Monte

Probably the most important religious shrine in Portugal, near Braga.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Castle_Gate.jpg

Castle Gate

Entrance to Palacio da Pena, Sintra-west of Lisbon
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Cats___Clothes.jpg

Cats & Clothes

Near Braga
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Chairs.jpg

Chairs

At a restaurant in Alvor
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Corn_Crib.jpg

Corn Crib

These cribs are a fixture at farms in Portugal.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Duoro_Valley_Church.jpg

Duoro Valley Church

Duoro Valley Church, Portugal
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Duoro_Valley_Vineyards.jpg

Duoro Valley Vineyards

In the Duoro Valley all the land is given over to cultivating vinyards.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Entrance.jpg

Entrance

An old entrance in Portugal.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Flowers_with_Cork_Oak.jpg

Flowers with Cork Oak

Fields in the spring are filled with yellow and purple wildflowers amongst Cork Oaks.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Fountain.jpg

Fountain

At a park in Lisbon-Bairro Alto, Lisbon, Portugal.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Lisbon_Street_Light.jpg

Coimbra Street Light

Period llights and Azulejos add a colonial atmosphere to the cities and villages of Portugal.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Old_Cart.jpg

Old Cart

Horse and Donkey Carts can still be seen throughout the country in Portugal.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Old_Farm.jpg

Abandoned Farm

Abandoned farm in Portugal.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Palacio_da_Pena.jpg

Palacio da Pena

Built in the 19th C, this imposing edifice is a collection of architectural styles.
Photographer: Glenn Richards

Click for large image

Peniche_Fort.jpg

Peniche Fort

A fishing village north of Lisbon, the Fortaleza is from the 16th C.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Sintra_Street.jpg

Sintra Street

Sintra, located west of Lisbon, is a popular weekend retreat.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Spring_Vineyards.jpg

Spring Vineyards

In the Douro River Valley-dedicated to the making of Port Wine.
Photographer: Jane Richards

Click for large image

Tilling.jpg

Tilling

Old fashioned farming methods are still the best on slopes and between narrow rows of vines.
Photographer: Jane Richards