More Lisbon Pics

A few more casual pics from Lisbon taken on my mobile phone. The quality of many snaps are poor though. Should get a camera. All I need is some money!

Lovers of tiles are in their element in Lisbon. They cover many of the buildings. I have two pictures here. There’s more cool grafitti on a delapidated and once beautiful building. One thing about Lisbon is the sheer amount of once pretty buildings in varying states of disrepair/collapse. Other pics include a cool sculpture outside a Godiva chocolate shop and a crucifix-type tree at a building. There’s also art deco columns at the entrance, I think, to some theatre/film set.


About Cormac O'Keeffe

I've written a novel. And, it's going to be published. This April. Mad, or what? It's entitled 'Black Water' and is a crime novel set in Dublin's gangland, along the evocative Grand Canal. This blog is about that bumpy journey, which is about to get really exciting. You'll also find some photography on this blog, particularly snaps that relate to my novel, much of it centred along the canal. There are also some reviews, both fiction and non-fiction, many of them published in the Irish Examiner, a daily national newspaper in Ireland. I work as security correspondent there and have specialist interests in crime, drugs, policing, the justice system, communities and human rights. Both my personal life and my professional life have fed into my novel, or, rather, have been poured into it. My novel was granted a literature bursary by the Irish Arts Council in September 2014 and my journalistic work has won multiple awards from the Law Society of Ireland over many years, most recently in 2015.
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2 Responses to More Lisbon Pics

  1. Amazing pics! You don’t need a camera! You are a great photo journalist.

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