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Lisbon with the Diana lens

Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens
Lisbon diana lens

Hello Kittens! As I mentioned yesterday, we’ve been in Lisbon since Tuesday. I would usually have scheduled some posts during a holiday, but I couldn’t get myself together enough, plus that always creates a situation where I’ve got a massive backlog of photos and it takes me ages to post them. I am actually quite enjoying this new approach of not scheduling that far in advance, makes it feel more current.

ANYWAAAY, these photos are from our first day, when our main activity was walking from our flat to Castelo S Jorge and getting a bit lost on the way. I’ll just leave you with the photos for now.

The photos were taken with the Diana lomography lens, I’m actually pleasantly surprised how in focus they are, the lens gives that dreamy effect which often veers into just blurry. But I think these are just on the right side of the line!

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  • Lorena 16 March 2015, 5:50 pm

    Hi Franca
    I know nothing about lens, but I think the pictures are marvellous… I ‘ve never been to Portugal.

  • ana 17 March 2015, 5:06 pm

    have fun in lisboa 🙂 and don’t miss out at the marvellous pastéis at pastelaria de belém

  • Helen 18 March 2015, 9:44 am

    Beautiful photos. I really love the one of Milo climbing the stairs.

    I went to Lisbon when I was in my 20s and I really didn’t like it. It was full of roadworks and graffiti (not the cool, artistic kind), and people kept trying to sell us drugs wherever we went!!! I know so many people who love it though, I keep thinking I must give it another try, some day. It does look beautiful (I do remember it being beautiful, but also just felt really run down – again, not in a good way).

    • Franca 11 April 2015, 7:49 pm

      Hhhmm, I’m convinced I’d replied to this already, obviously not! That is so strange, it must have really changed. The area we were staying (which had no touristy stuff in it) in felt quite working class, and there were lots of different ethnicities, which made me think it is maybe one of the cheaper areas where immigrants first settle, but it also felt totally safe. I think it was because people were so nice to me (cos pregnant) and Milo!
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