Ponta Delgada: Observable Moments

Ponta Delgada at Dawn

Walking in the early morning is the best way to capture the details of a city before it fully wakens. Here are some photographs of observable moments taken while meandering in Ponta Delgada.


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The musings of a torontonian azorean on identity and belonging. You can find me at https://thetorzorean.com/
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11 Responses to Ponta Delgada: Observable Moments

  1. Ilda says:

    These are photos redolent of saudade.

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  2. Kathie B says:

    Armazém Toronto in PDL? You must’ve done a double take! I admit I had to look it up:

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  3. Nuno França says:

    Muito bom!
    Belos registos! 🙂

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  4. Kathie B says:

    The first books I ever bought in the Azores — including three by Álamo Oliveira! — were at Livraria Gil, which was just across from the hotel where I was staying. The shop closed several years ago, IIRC.


  5. Kathie B says:

    Is a tile still an azulejo if it doesn’t contain any blue? LOL!


  6. Carol Wells says:

    Thank you for the tour Emanuel. I like the colourful tiles, the weathered walls, the intricate wrought iron work, the stone patterns on the walkways and the colour of ochre on planters and railings. Very old-world ambience.

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  7. I love the vintage scenery, and the old tiles are so creative.

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