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Looking out over Lisbon...?

Post by missbeetle on 25.08.15 1:41

This picture was taken during a Sandra Felgueiras interview with the McCanns

- to mark the third anniversary of Madeleine's Missingness :



Any ideas as to what that monument over the water is?

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Re: Portuguese Geography

Post by tinkier on 25.08.15 11:04

missbeetle wrote:This picture was taken during a Sandra Felgueiras interview with the McCanns

- to mark the third anniversary of Madeleine's Missingness :



Any ideas as to what that monument over the water is.
It looks very much like the…. Cristo Rei, Lisbon, Portugal – Overlooking the city of Lisbon, this statue was inspired by the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil after the Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon visited that monument. Built during the years 1959-1969.
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Cristo rei...

Post by missbeetle on 26.08.15 6:59

Thank you, Tinkier - it's mildly obelisky, isn't it?


I haven't been able to pin down an actual date for the interview -

(some great leg-crossing body language from Gerry - he's squirming)

-  but their outfits were odd - both in black and white -

Mr & Mrs were decidedly matching. Sandra herself was in black.

Mr Gerald P. McCann in a white polo shirt tucked into pleated black business trousers,

and Mrs Kate with her strange helix gold dangly earrings being shown off :



Some observations, anyhow.

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The pyramid of Praia da Luz...

Post by missbeetle on 08.09.15 5:52

Another glimpse of the strange Casa Niobe pyramid -

- brought to you by Martin Brunt via Sky TV :


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Here's looking at you...

Post by missbeetle on 30.04.16 6:46

Check out this aerial photograph of St Andrew's Square, Edinburgh :



Spooky, hey?

Then there's this one of Kate'n'Gerry'n'Cuddlecat out on the mean streets of Luz :



Have a look over Kate's left shoulder (where the Devil dwells) -

purely coincidental, I'm sure...!

No idea what that white thing is on a stick in the background.

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Sign language...?

Post by missbeetle on 01.05.16 2:22

Some more strange symbolism from the Sandra Felgueiras interview upthread :



A double M - MM - in black and white.

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Re: Portuguese Geography

Post by skyrocket on 01.05.16 14:01

@missbeetle - hi!

I do enjoy your quirky posts which appear completely out of the blue!

Seeing you like the pyramid - have you seen Frederico Carvalho's photos of it? Can't post them for you but they are here, courtesy of Pamalam:

http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Frederico_D_Carvalho.htm
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Making shapes...

Post by missbeetle on 01.05.16 22:06

Cheers, Skyrocket, and thank you for the link -

that Casa Niobe pyramid looks even creepier at night :



Check out the roof line of the gables on the Rothley Towers garage :

(never mind the 'square and compasses' pattern on the wooden gate...!)



Somewhat reminiscent of our old friends in Egypt, perhaps...? :


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Post by Nina on 01.05.16 22:16

I was once lucky to have a gate like that but only to keep the dog in.

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Manning the gates...

Post by missbeetle on 01.05.16 22:55

It's a handsome gate there, Nina, indeed -

yet, to me (and gates are a large part of my daily life) -

it's a strange choice for a busy urban family with small children.

The clearance under it doesn't look like it'd contain a small dog

or a determined todder - plus it looks so climbable - and swingable...!

It's also not electric, I can imagine fiddling with the wretched gates to

drive in and out would drive Mr Dr Gerald P. McCann quite crackers...

I'd hate to think he toots his horn and waits for Kate to do the gates.


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Post by plebgate on 01.05.16 22:58

missbeetle wrote:Some more strange symbolism from the Sandra Felgueiras interview upthread :



A double M - MM - in black and white.
I used to use my arms like that to get out of a chair but now I don't use my arms at all.  

Keeps the thigh muscles strong - according to medical adivce.

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Post by Nina on 01.05.16 23:19

missbeetle wrote:It's a handsome gate there, Nina, indeed -

yet, to me (and gates are a large part of my daily life) -

it's a strange choice for a busy urban family with small children.

The clearance under it doesn't look like it'd contain a small dog

or a determined todder - plus it looks so climbable - and swingable...!

It's also not electric, I can imagine fiddling with the wretched gates to

drive in and out would drive Mr Dr Gerald P. McCann quite crackers...

I'd hate to think he toots his horn and waits for Kate to do the gates.


My thoughts only.
Maybe it was what was on offer on their estate. Agree with it not being secure though.  soz   offtopic

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Post by plebgate on 01.05.16 23:33

No LIR-I am quite good at it.   It was in one of the health mags quite recently so have been doing it for several months.   Keeps the back strong as well.

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Post by plebgate on 01.05.16 23:39

plebgate wrote:No LIR-I am quite good at it.   It was in one of the health mags quite recently so have been doing it for several months.   Keeps the back strong as well.
Where's LIRs post I rsponded to?

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Post by Guest on 01.05.16 23:40

I will give it a go, especially as it's good for the back.

I attended a health& safety course at work last year.  The physio was passionate about backs and us taking care of them.  I learnt a great deal about backs.  One of the worst things for our backs is sitting down.
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Post by plebgate on 01.05.16 23:44

Sorry we are off topic but the health mags advise standing to watch one's fav. tv programmes plus stand up breaks when using computer for long periods.

Maybe a "backs" topic in members lounge giving tips would be good?

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Characters on location in Praia da Luz...?

Post by missbeetle on 02.05.16 22:50

Have a look at this photograph from the 100 Days Missing parade :



The guy on the left - dressed up in a black ninja suit with a bunch of red flowers -

- a suspicious-looking rucksack and chunky heels capable of hiding God-know-what in them -

- and the red-and-white cross'd flag and the black twirly pole/spear, well...!

Just about a Jihadi for Jesus. He is the fabled 'Secret Cardinal' -

brought to our attention by those wholesome fellows at Control Risks.


Has anybody here ever been to Praia da Luz? Is this guy for real?

Mrs Miniskirt-and-Crocs seems to think so - she's slipping him some coins into his begging bowl.

...

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Post by kaz on 03.05.16 8:48

missbeetle wrote:Have a look at this photograph from the 100 Days Missing parade :



The guy on the left - dressed up in a black ninja suit with a bunch of red flowers -

- a suspicious-looking rucksack and chunky heels capable of hiding God-know-what in them -

- and the red-and-white cross'd flag and the black twirly pole/spear, well...!

Just about a Jihadi for Jesus. He is the fabled 'Secret Cardinal' -

brought to our attention by those wholesome fellows at Control Risks.


Has anybody here ever been to Praia da Luz? Is this guy for real?

Mrs Miniskirt-and-Crocs seems to think so - she's slipping him some coins into his begging bowl.

...
I must say that some in the  happy clappy crowd appear to be a little disturbed by him whilst the stars of the show seem to be studiously avoiding looking his way.
I'm never really sure where  you're going with your photos and comments Miss B but always read and look at them hoping that one day something will click and I'll see the light. Where DO you get your fantastic pictures from by the way?

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Re: Portuguese Geography

Post by Mirage on 03.05.16 12:20

The above photo reminds me of the film Amadeus. Mozart is struggling against illness to finish the commissioned Requiem and the long nights are punctured by knocks at the door by a sinister stranger come to see if the piece is completed.  

Mozart was a mason!

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