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Lisbon After Dark: A Photoessay

In the capital of Portugal, as in a lot of other big cities, there’s a distinct difference in the personality of the city after the sun goes down. Whether it’s seeing all the architecture lit up or catching a brief glimpse of the trams whizzing through the streets, Lisbon is great to explore after dark.

Tram In Lisbon At Night

Trams In Lisbon At Night

Rossio Square At Night

Lisbon At Night

Rossio Square Lisbon

Pedro IV in Rossio Square LisbonTram Whizzing By LisbonTram in LisbonLisbon At DuskOverlooking Lisbon After DarkWhat cities do you think have a different personality after dark?

Nick Huggins
written by: Nick Huggins
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8 Comments

  • You’re right, Lisbon is at it’s best after dark! It rained a lot when we were there which gave the streets an even more magical glow. Great pics, and sharp! Were you using a tripod?

  • I love this beautiful city where I was born. Your pictures are amazing! Thanks for sharing them with the world!

  • Hi Nick! Love your photos. I was wondering if I would ask your permission to use a couple of your night shots of the Lisbon street with the trolley as subjects for oil paintings. BTW, I have an NEX 6 and love how nice it is in low light as well. Which lens do you use? Thank you,
    Lisa

    • Hi Lisa. Yes, you can use the photos as subjects for oil paintings. I’m glad that I can inspire creativity like that. At the time, I was using an NEX-5N with the 18-55mm kit lens. However, that camera recently had a too close encounter with a waterfall so I’m in the market for something new.

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