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Behind the scene: Part II

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What would it be like to see the world in black and white? …
After a long internal discussion, it was decided to try to open the eyes and delude what you can see, that it is the colours. Our brain is undoubtedly amazing, can I delude it?
My first impression is that it would not be an easy task, but after a few minutes I realized that it is a good thing that we can see the colours, but there is something in a black and white portrait that I can not explain, the contrasts and the variants of shadows and ashes.

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The Lisbon’s girl!

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Waking up in Lisbon, city of colorful houses, the balconies full of flowers spreading out an intense scent of spring, the brighter and more intense sunlight you can ever seen.
Walk through Lisbon and go to the discovery, through streets that seem endless mazes, the portuguese pants with irregular shapes and their alternative designs, the contrasts of ancient and contemporary architecture…
The image put us in a situation of identification and interrogation, so that we stop to think of all these descriptions and that are not presented in the image, but a presentation of the place where the girl lives, Lisbon.
However, the minimalist image is in Lisbon, more precisely in the new viewpoint, opened in 2015, the Belvedere of Carmo terraces, offering a beautiful view of Rossio, Castle of São Jorge and Santa Justa Elevator.
Imagination mediates between the girl and the white wall, which through a small text can paint it with the most beautiful Lisbon scenery.

Acordar em Lisboa, cidade das casas coloridas, das varandas cheias de flores que empregam um intenso perfume a primavera, a luz do sol mais brilhante e mais intensa que alguma vez vira.
Passear por Lisboa e ir à descoberta, por ruas que parecem labirintos sem fim, da calça portuguesa com formas irregulares e os seus desenhos alternativos, os contrastes da arquitectura antiga e contemporânea…
A imagem coloca-nos numa situação de identificação e interrogação, de tal modo que paramos para pensar em todas estas descrições e que não se encontram presentes na imagem, mas sim uma apresentação do lugar onde a rapariga vive, Lisboa.
Contudo, uma imagem minimalista, é em Lisboa, mais precisamente no novo Miradouro, inaugurado em 2015, o Miradouro dos Terraços do Carmo, oferecendo uma bela vista do Rossio, do castelo de São Jorge e do elevador de Santa Justa.
A imaginação serve de mediadora entre a rapariga e a parede branca, que através deste  pequeno texto podemos pintá-la com as paisagens mais bonitas de Lisboa.

Credits: Image and text thescheme617