X-E1 + XF 18-55 in Lisbon, Portugal
A few more pictures from last year's cruise...All comments would be very welcome. Thanks for looking!
#1 ISO=400, 18mm, F8, 1/400; Rua Augusta - perhaps the most tourist visited Lisbon street. The Rua Augusta Arch, a triumphal arch-like, historical building on Commerce Square was built to commemorate the city's reconstruction after the 1755 earthquake.
#2 ISO=800, 27.7mm, F5.6, 1/210; A rainy day in Lisbon
#3 ISO=400, 18.8mm, F5.6, 1/480; A red "touristic" tram in a street adjacent to the Porta do Sol lookout
#4 ISO=250, 26.5mm, F5.6, 1/30; Happy elevator rider...
#5 ISO=1000, 18mm, F7.1, 1/30; rua Travessa Joao de Deus after rain...
#6 ISO=400, 25.4mm, F5.6, 1/80; Jerónimos Monastery. Originally the home for the Hieronymite religious order, it was built by the Infante Henry the Navigator around 1459
#7 ISO=3200; 18mm, F5.0, 1/12; Woodwork inside the Jerónimos Monastery church
#8 ISO=200, 18mm, F5.6, 1/90; Waiting for customers
#9 ISO= 1600, 18mm, F5.6, 1/30; The vintage yellow tram 28 - a must on a list of "things-to-do" while visiting Lisbon.
The trams originate from the 1930s and are bursting with traditional charm, from the original dials and levers through to the uncomfortable polished wood benches.
More pictures from Lisbon could be found here: