Exploring Sintra

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Sintra is a small village just 30 minutes from home and despite the flocks of people that visit during the weekend, it has a large enough forest area around that you can relax and take in the view. Makes it the perfect spot to hike while bathing our eyes in some majorly beautiful scenery from up above.

Our plan was to make it across to a popular hiking spot but the weather in previous weeks left the secondary roads unsafe to drive on, to say the least, so we parked the vehicle and hiked through a random path we found. Sintra is full of surprises, so any path is a safe bet. Unless you go after the sun has set. Akira enjoyed the walk the most and, as usual, was tired for a full day after that.

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The final shot

Hi there, welcome to my blog! I'm Filipe Varela, a designer at Automattic passionate about photography and video. In this site I post photos from my journeys across the world — a slice of life. Browse through the archive or check the homepage for the latest posts.

11 thoughts on “Exploring Sintra

  1. kinomotoakane February 20, 2014

    Photos are *top*!

    1. keoshi February 20, 2014

      Thank You! :)

  2. JMC February 21, 2014

    Belo sítio! Belas fotografias!

    1. keoshi May 9, 2014

      Perto de uma propriedade privada, um bocadinho estranho quando se entra, mas bem bonito!

  3. Margarida February 21, 2014

    Lindas! Atira com ar estafado….!

    1. Margarida February 21, 2014

      Queria dizer Akira, claro!

      1. keoshi May 9, 2014

        Só lhe faz é bem!

  4. Kelly February 24, 2014

    Stunning images (as always).

    1. keoshi March 22, 2014

      Thank you so much, Kelly. Always appreciated, even if my reply is was overdue. :)

  5. bhellabhello May 8, 2014

    omg! I never seen Sintra this beautiful. Well, it is already beautiful but your pictures says it is more.

    1. keoshi May 9, 2014

      Oh, thank you so much for your kind words. :)

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