Photographer's Note

This is my third photo from Tavira on TrekEarth. In my previous photo:
https://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Portugal/photo1602021.htm
you could see a fragment of the Roman/Moorish bride, one of the ancient sights in the town. This time I share a photo taken while standing on the bridge. At that moment it appeared a very nice spot which combined several houses of various styles and colors. From the perspective of time, I thought whether I could have composed it slightly differently. There is a photo taken by Lars towards the same group of houses but from a different angle. I like his version:
https://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Portugal/South/Algarve/Tavira/photo1595608.htm
Chris on the other hand photographed these houses from yet a different POV:
https://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Europe/Portugal/South/Algarve/Tavira/photo1559400.htm

As noted under my previous photo, the bridge is known as the Roman Bridge (Ponte Romana) even though it was recently discovered that it was built already after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire at the times when Algarve was part of the Moorish kingdom.

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