View from a Tram Window

Lisbon : StreetLife as Seen from a Tram Window

StreetLife in Lisbon.

One of the many charming things about the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, is that they still have old wooden trams trundling along on some of the routes.

What better way to observe and photograph street life than by sitting by an open window, camera in hand, on one of these old trams.

View from a Tram Window
View from a Tram Window: Ready for Action ©HelenBushe

 

View from a Tram Window
View from a Tram Window: Waiting at the Bus-Stop ©HelenBushe

 

View from a Tram Window
View from a Tram Window: Queueing at the Fruit Shop ©HelenBushe

 

View from a Tram Window
View from a Tram Window: Walking the Dog ©HelenBushe

 

View from a Tram Window
View from a Tram Window: Asking for Directions ©HelenBushe

 

View from a Tram Window
View from a Tram Window: Saints and Tourists ©HelenBushe

 

View from a Tram Window
View from a Tram Window: In the Square ©HelenBushe

 

View from a Tram Window: Tram Ahoy!
View from a Tram Window: Tram Ahoy! ©HelenBushe

You can see more StreetLife here:

BARCELONA

GOTHIC QUARTER

Or pay a visit to my blogging friend Marga Demmers’ new website:

The Photographer Roamed the Streets

Thank you for visiting  MONOZONE.ONLINE

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