I live near Estoril, so whenever I go to Lisbon, I take the train to get there and my camera to be there. Once I've arrived, I don't take the bus nor the subway, I walk. No matter how many times you've seen the city, Lisbon, like most major european cities, has always something to discover, therefore, something to photograph. This last time was no different and I was able to make a few pictures, some of them end up in the Lisbon Gallery.
The photo on top is a diptych of Santa Justa Lift and Rossio's Train Station (well, some of it). These two Lisbon attractions have been shot quite a lot, so the subject is not new but maybe the way of presenting them is, trying to give a fresh look to something very well known.
The merit of the three images above goes entirely to the street artist, which name, unfortunately, I don't know. He, or she, was able to convert the sad sight of buildings in ruins, into an outdoor art piece. My job here is simply to share the brilliance.
Finally, I can't resist stairs and the ones in the photos, I hadn't seen yet.