Pedro Moura Pinheiro
Our office is in the old Chiado downtown area, and I have a pretty nice view over historical Lisbon.
Fuel prices on a Repsol service area, in Avenida de Ceuta in Lisbon, on the drive to work after having dropped my children at school.
A bunch of friends having dinner at the Ruca restaurant in Lisbon, after the http://st-apolonia.org civic event. Most of the people in this photo became friends on online social services such as Twitter.
The Baixa-Chiado subway (Metro) station in Lisbon. It's not officially allowed to photograph, but a lot of people do it anyway. Lots of young tourists mixed with Portuguese commuters looking at an arriving subway train.
The Santa Apolónia train station creates a barrier between one of Lisbon's oldest neighborhoods, and thousands of people must walk a narrow street with very narrow sidewalks to get to commerce, the subway, and anything on the river side of the station. The http://st-apolonia.org/ movement has been trying for years to have the station management open a door on the northern side so that pedestrian traffic can be safely conducted through the station. There are a lot of incidents with pedestrians every year on this street, resulting in injuries and in some cases, people dying.
I work with my family, and I often have lunch with them in restaurants in the area around our office. One of the interesting facts about globalization is the intermeshing of cultures, especially regarding gastronomy, with a wide range of different cuisines available everywhere.
On my morning drive (dropping the kids off at school, then driving to work), I drive a bit more than 20km without leaving the Lisbon city limits, and I get to see wonderful sights such as the Águas Livres aqueduct (18th century).
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