Description The Cathedral of vora, Portugal, is a Romanesque-Gothic cathedral with some unique architectural elements and many valuable treasures. It was built in a solid Romanesque style beginning in 1186, about 20 years after the Reconquest and on the site of the city's main mosque. It was completed in 1204. A couple centuries later, it was restored in the Gothic style (c. 1400). According to local legend, the fleet of Vasco de Gama had their flags blessed here in 1497.
Joao Fialho, Vendas Novas, Portugal, UE Member Since January 2010 Artist Statement My name is João Fialho and I live in Vendas Novas, Portugal, U.E. You can contact me through the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I spend some of my time (hollidays, weekends, ...) taking photographs of Portugal and Spain. I'm primarily an urban photographer, but i also take night photos and nature, landscape, seascape photos. I prefer panoramics.
I use Photoshop LightRoom to handle my photos, and do some manipulation. In a few cases (HDR), i also use Photomatix.
You can see some of my other photos here: http://joao-fialho.blogspot.com