What’s With the Desert Thing

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Landscape / Seascape / Travel


Break On Through to the Other Side

Break On Through to the Other Side

This was taken from Lisbon, “looking” towards the south. It illustrates the gap between the north bank of the Tagus river (Lisbon) and the south bank, depreciatively know as “the desert” (as in not-Lisbon, and where yours truly lives…), inhabited by the “less fortunate”. If your’re not from Lisbon, it’s a East End / West End kind of thing as for London, or New York / New Jersey if you want to put it in USA terms.

I was born in Lisbon and moved to the “desert” after marrying and I quite like it. Hence the blog name 😉

More to follow on how the name was coined. It involves a member of a former government and an airport.

The Author

Ordinary office buffoon or, alternately, rock'n'roll soul trapped in a IT project manager body. When not fighting to deliver on time, on budget and on specification, will be chilling out with wife and daughter, enjoying a good meal accompanied with a nice wine or using his sense of aesthetic and photography training to snap some shots. And so here we are...

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