We have been in Spain, on Monte de Santa Trega, looking at the Celtic prehistoric settlement (Castro).
The clouds are thickening and we head down the mountain to Camposancos to take the ferry back to Portugal.
Last time we took the ferry we got lucky by getting the last ticket for the next crossing that was going, and since the ferry was almost at the dock there was little time to take photos.
It’s less the Ferry building etc that I wanted to photograph this time, but rather all the delightful buildings that are around it.
First there is a statue at the base of Monte de Sante Trega that marks the turn off to the main road.
Then in Camposancos very close to the ferry there are some wonderful buildings…
The character and tiles caught my eye the first trip….
There is a little building on the corner that oozes beauty in a rough and very uncomplicated way.. is it a little chapel ?
I’m not so sure because of the absence of windows, but who knows?
.. and further on, Look at this window, it should be mandatory that all security grills should be this beautiful (in my not so humble opinion LOL).
Check out the large building in the background…
Yes.. this one….