Travel Photo’s from Fabrica, Portugal

As photographers we spend our working day taking photographs. It’s a Great Job!

It surprises some people therefore that when Susie and I go away, we take our camera’s with us.

Our recent trip to Portugal was no different and after a few days chilling and relaxing we were eager to capture some of the pictures that were just begging to be taken.

These are the first of quite a few images we will post over the next few weeks.

We based ourselves at Tavira, a very picturesque small fishing town on the Eastern Algarve and which we will post images of later.

These first images are from 10 minutes along the coast in the direction of Spain, and were taken in Fabrica, a beautiful and quiet fishing hamlet on the Ria (River) Formosa. The Ria Formosa is one of the last remaining protected areas in the Algarve and is also a World Heritage site.

More images posted shortly.


April 13, 2011 - 5:12 pm

markwilson - Thanks so much Mark.

April 13, 2011 - 4:58 pm

mark carey - lovely work Mark, the fisherman in Fabrica should be hanging on a wall!

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