The Music Men (and Women)

March On

I saw this band one evening near Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio, also known as Praça de D. Pedro IV). It was part of a small procession just getting ready to set off. The group was led by a young woman carrying flags and banners and an older woman. I have no idea what or who they were commemorating. If anyone does, let me know. Shortly after these pictures were taken, the group began walking north, destination unknown.

 

 

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Rest in Peace, Aretha

The Queen of Soul Will Reign Forever

 

 

 

Potential

Music to the Ears

Potential

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Stairway to Heaven, Lisbon, Portugal

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Acoustic Arches

Porta da Vila, the main gate of Obidos, Portugal

The interior passage of the Porta da Vila, the main gate into the Portuguese walled city of Obidos. The chapel on the balcony is decorated with blue and white 18th century (1740-1740) glazed tiles, called azulejo. The tiles depict the Passion of Christ and the painted ceiling represents the crown of thorns.

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Tambourine Man

Nubian Singer Aboard Felucca, Aswan, Egypt

While sailing on a felucca near Aswan, we were entertained by a Nubian singer.

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