Alentejo Outtakes

Cathedral of Évora

Cathedral of Évora

March 11th, 2021

It’s two-for-one Thursday!

Does this happen to you? You write a post and months later go back through your photos and wonder why you did or didn’t choose to share certain images? Today’s post is an example of this. I’m sharing a handful of photos here that, for some reason, didn’t make it into my main post about Évora and the Alentejo.

Which brings me to part two! If you’re interested in exploring and reading more about this area of Portugal, I hope you’ll visit my full post titled “Stones and Bones of the Alentejo” located here, originally posted in November, 2017. Many of you read it and commented back then so today I’m simply linking to let you know it’s there. You’ll also find yesterday’s old men in context, in the little town of Arraiolos.

We’re approaching the end of our time in Portugal. I have a couple more photos and one more repost before we’re back on the magic carpet to our next destination — somewhere I visited for a specific reason exactly three years ago.

More tomorrow,
Kelly

Post of the Day: Adding a bit of light to the darkness as we get through the pandemic together. This series features travel photos from my archives, shared with you while staying close to home.

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