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Spain and Portugal Revisited -1-

I thought I might publish a few photos from our last trip to South West Spain and Portugal this Summer. Although I haven’t had the time nor the inclination to do an in-depth travelogue, I felt, upon browsing through the photos recently, it might be nice to share some of them, so here we go…….

A new definition of "Houseboat"

A new definition of "Houseboat"

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Art gallery alfresco, or signs of the times?

Washday Blues

Washday Blues

The Boomobile finally gets to meet the Rock of Gibraltar

The Boomobile finally gets to meet the Rock of Gibraltar

It was great to finally see the rock from the Spanish side. My Dad was stationed off shore there when he was in the Navy in the 50’s, and I have sailed through the straits many times on Ocean Village, usually nipping out on deck before my show to see the steadily ascending lights that mark the rock in the night sky. Still staunchly British, it remains a thorn in the Spanish government’s side, and a quaint monument to Imperialism, and the Mastery of the Seas.

Kev Moore

Kev Moore

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September 1, 2009 - Posted by | Art, personal, photo, photography, travel, writing | , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. I’m loving the signs of the times and the camper meeting the Rock of Gibraltar.

    Comment by sittingpugs | September 4, 2009

  2. Thanks Pugs – I think the building was a “museum of the sea”.
    Which is why it had a ship’s mast (of sorts) on top. The guy was nothing if not creative.

    Comment by kevmoore | September 4, 2009

  3. Your photos are gorgeous! Thank you for sharing these.

    Comment by shelleymhouse | September 7, 2009


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