A Word A Week Challenge: Roof

This photo was taken from St George’s Castle in Lisbon, Portugal, overlooking the roofs of the town below.roofs in Lisbon from St George's Castle

To enjoy more posts of roofs go to Sue’s A Word A Week Challenge page.

15 thoughts on “A Word A Week Challenge: Roof

  1. Good Morgen
    have you subscribed to, if you also subscribe to me you can find me better in the reader and there see my older articles, and if like like.The eye is as you know.Let …auch inspire my images when I have written much on German, you can enter it with your naked eye.
    My name is Andrea and come from Oberhausen is located in North Rhine-Westphalia.
    And what’s your name?
    Your pictures are great, are great, I think all good, very toll…ich am looking forward to more.
    These are pictures from their homeland?
    Where exactly are you from.
    To have beautiful they made in the wide Univerum.
    All the best for you and your family
    Wish you have a pleasant Tag.Herzlichst Andrea

      • Hi Georgia:))
        Portugal is a beautiful country.
        In the reader find better me you can view older posts and to liken.
        You have nice pictures of it.
        Georgia is a beautiful name and sounds like the Gregoriganischen chants.
        Have a beautiful Montag.Herzlichste greetings sends you Andrea

    • Thanks Tina. The red roofs were certainly common for this challenge weren’t they? I love how they stand out from the rest of the building in a different colour.

  2. I would love to visit Lisbon again soon, such a gorgeous place to explore
    Come and link up with us for Travel Photo Mondays, the link will be up for the whole week, hope you can join us.

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