Dimas Sequeira's photos


  • Império (1871).

    "Império" is not a chapel and not used in religious ceremonies. It is used to support and prepare festivities within the cult of the Holy Spirit. This one, in Corvo Island, is located at Outeiro Square, Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.

  • A glimpse to Vila Nova do Corvo.

    From the harbour of Porto da Casa, at Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.

  • Cargo ship heading to Flores Island.

    Soon after its departure from Porto da Casa, Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.


  • Rugged volcanic coast.

    At Porto do Boqueirão, Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.

  • Traditional wooden door lock.

    Ingenious lock developped by the people of Corvo Island in the old times when raw materials and other resources were scarce. Such locks still can be found and miniatures can be bought as souvenirs. This one is applied to a windmill door, at Vila Nova do C…

  • White windmills.

    On the background stands an automatic lighthouse. The view was taken from Moinhos Lane, at Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.


  • Black windmill.

    Seen from Moinhos Lane, Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.

  • A view to Porto do Boqueirão.

    From Moinhos Lane, Vila Nova do Corvo, with a cargo arriving from Flores Island with supplies to Corvo, Azores.

  • Church of Our Lady of the Miracles (1795).

    Rebuilt in 1932, after a violent fire in this year, it stands at Matriz Street, Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.


  • Portuguese pavement.

    Coat of arms of Corvo, in the centre of Ribeirão Circus, Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.

  • Town Hall.

    At Jogo da Bola Street, Vila Nova do Corvo, Azores.

  • Terminal of Corvo Island aerodrome.

    The aerodrome was achieved in 1983. Before that, the island depended on ships for supplies and travelling. Long seastorms sometimes made impossible sea connections for over two months... Hard times for the 300 to 400 inhabitants of this 17 km2 island of A…


  • Cagarro.

    Painted on wall bordering the access to Porto do Boqueirão, Corvo Azores.

  • Whales.

    Painted on the wall of the access ramp to Porto do Boqueirão, Corvo, Azores.

  • Graffiti.

    On wall bordering the access to Porto do Boqueirão, Corvo, Azores.


  • Mermaid.

    Graffiti on wall that borders the access to Porto do Boqueirão, an old small port in a narrow cove at Corvo Island, Azores.

  • Street art on the pier.

    At Porto da Casa, Vila Nova do Corvo, the harbour of Corvo Island, Azores.

  • Church of Santo Condestável.

    Seen from Padre Francisco Street, corner with Francisco Metrass Street, at Campo de Ourique, Lisbon.


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