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Dia da Espiga

“Dia da Espiga” (roughly translated to Day of the Wheat) is a Portuguese tradition dating back centuries and is believed to have originated from an ancient Pagan ritual. In some parts of the country this day is declared a holiday and the tradition is to… Read More

Azulejos Lisbon Portugal
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A long-time obsession of mine, photographing the amazing tiles in Portugal, has had new life breathed into it by having a camera on my phone. Documenting these everyday things that pass you by becomes so much easier when you have a camera with you in… Read More

kerry murray travel photography portugal
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So I’m probably one of the last people in the whole world to get into Instagram, but here I am, finally. I resisted getting an iPhone for ages because I didn’t want to become one of “those” people… you know, the ones who are permanently… Read More

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Blurry Things

I have pretty bad eyesight, in that I am extremely¬†shortsighted… have been since I was 7 years old, I was that kid at school with the ugly thick glasses, you know, the one who should have been really shy and quiet, so as to avoid… Read More

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Summer Thunderstorm

This isn’t the first time I’ve tried to photograph lightning, and also isn’t the first time I wasn’t particularly successful… still, the results are better than the time I tried to shoot a passing thunderstorm from the beach in Cape Town, only to have my… Read More

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After the storm

I always make a point of going to Foz do Lizandro after heavy weather because between the flooded river and the rough seas there’s always a treasure of abandoned things washed up on the beach. It never fails to amuse and enthrall me the things… Read More