Lisbon is that kind of place who could dream about any street photographer. The city indeed is full of life and colours but also so different from district to district.
From the seaside walk looking to the impressive “25 de Abril” suspension bridge, (very similar to the iconic one in San Francisco) and the beautiful elegant Belém tower up to the Alfama, the oldest district of the city, home of Fado nostalgic music, and to the many up and down streets in the Barrio Alto district.
There is a lot happening in here, most of the time supported by a wonderful weather that makes the atmosphere so vibrant and happy.
Lisbon is a city with many faces, endless shades As a street photographer who loves candid daily life moments, you just have to get lost and walk around without a map: every corner, every street, will give you something, either a picture or just a warm smile of a local.
But be aware: you need to be really well fit to explore the city, not only because is wide, but also because of many ups and downs.
Today I’m sharing with you the first of three series from this beautiful, unique city.
Lisbon, fragments of candid street life – Part 1
(all the pictures below, were taken with a Fuji X-T1 and the Fujinon X 23mm f 1.4 R or the Fujinon X 14mm f2.8 R or the Fujinon X 35mm f1.4 R )
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Stay tuned and keep visiting my blog to see the second and third series of Lisbon street photos.