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A local woman passes by the main church of Cuba, a small town in the Alentejo, about 15km north of Beja.

Situated in the centre of the town, the church is devoted to Saint Vincent, who is represented in the tiles of the front facade that can be seen in the beautiful post of Adores. By the time that she took the picture, in the begining of this year, the church was waiting for e new painting. I'm glad that I saw it with this brand new look. Still, there's always a wire getting in the way...The framing is tight on top because I didn't want to miss the lady and made the composition in a hurry.
The architecture dates from the 16th century and its towers form a kind of a staircase which is an interesting and unusual detail.

I straighten a bit the perspective but not totally to avoid less natural results, but I'm not an expert with pp - you can see the original in WS for comparison

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Additional Photos by Ricardo Lopes (riclopes) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6857 W: 151 N: 10359] (35577)
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