Night Church

Another photo that I’ve saved as draft. This one is from Açores, São Miguel, Portugal – a beautiful island in the archipelago Açores:

Azorean Islands, Açores, São Miguel, cityscape, long exposure, nightscape, Portugal

Azorean Islands, Açores, São Miguel, cityscape, long exposure, nightscape, Portugal

More churches here: CardinalGuzman.wordpress.com/category/stave-churches/

Archway of the Night

Azorean Islands, Açores, São Miguel, cityscape, long exposure, nightscape, Portugal

Azorean Islands, Açores, São Miguel, cityscape, long exposure, nightscape, Portugal

Sometimes I love wandering around alone, taking photos in the middle of the night. This is a photo from one of those sleepless nights.

Mímisbrunnr

This place is located on the North East coast of São Miguel, Açores, Portugal. Near the area called Nordeste - which means North-East on Portuguese.

This place is located on the North East coast of São Miguel, Açores, Portugal.
Near the area called Nordeste – which means North-East on Portuguese.

Açores,  Waterfall II

From Wikipedia:
In Norse mythology, Mímisbrunnr (Old Norse “Mímir’s well” is a well associated with the being Mímir, located beneath the world tree Yggdrasil. Mímisbrunnr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. Both sources relate that the god Odin once placed one of his eyes within the well. The Prose Edda details that well is located beneath one of three roots of the world tree Yggdrasil, a root that passes into the land of the frost jötnar where the primordial plane of Ginnungagap once existed. In addition, the Prose Edda relates that the water of the well contains much wisdom, and that Odin’s eye sacrifice to the well was in exchange for a drink from it.

Here’s another post from the same area: Long Exposure Waterfall

Long Exposure Waterfall

Long exposure photo of waterfall

Long exposure photo of waterfall

This waterfall is located on the North East coast of São Miguel, Açores, Portugal.
Near the area called Nordeste – which means North-East in Portuguese.

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