Another breathtaking place! Wow! I would love to be there right now!! Definitely better skies than we have right now! Terrific captures as always, JM! Hope you have a wonderful week!Sylvia
This is so striking! You have such an interesting country. I know I will try to visit someday.
Those who cultivated here are the lucky ones...
Fields by the see !!!Amazing photo !!!
People are amazing beings. Do so much to be admired. But often can disappoint, too.
For a minute, I thought this was Ireland! All the time I've spent in Portugal, and I missed this! Beautiful!Have a fabulous day!Debbie's Travels
It's so pretty there!
One of my favorite places!
Wonderful photos! Very beautiful and interesting place!
Thanks for showing us this beautiful part of Portugal! I hope the islands remain as pristine for a long long time! Love to visit the Azores one of these days!
very clever, good use of resources.
Incredibly beautiful shots. I spent a night in the Azores in February of 1957 while in the U.S. Navy, on the way to Rabat, Morocco. Don't remember much except we almost crashed - I think we were flying the old 4-engine DC-3's...and got hit by a side wind coming in for a landing...we stopped right at the edge of the runway where the land dropped off to the ocean!We stayed in some USAF barracks, and I remember something about goat's milk and goat's cheese.I remember the Azores being very beautiful but I think I was shaking so hard I couldn't see anything very well!
Awesome! The fields look like a patchwork:)
Wow - what stunning azure seas!
Jm,amazing pics.Hope your having a great week....Barb
Mother Nature's checkerboard by the sea! great...
These shots are of course beautiful, JM, but forgive me, I can't help but think about the devastation on part of the coast of Japan... and wonder how long it will take for that landscape to get back its original beauty.
@Francisca: I share the same feeling. Absolutely!
This is wow...am tired after a long day's work, and its so soothing to see pictures like these...
J'aime beaucoup la première, la brume lui donne un petit air irlandais
Muito 10 essas fotos e a idea do cultivo, mesmo num lugar tão diferente!Hj eu estou muito contente porque descobri um mercadinho portugues por aqui, fiz umas comprinhas! :)Léia
Totally amazing to see farmed fields right up to the edge and into the sea. Breath-taking. What is being grown?
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