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Vasco da Gama Bridge, Lisbon Portugal

The Vasco da Gama Bridge over Tagus River in Lisbon is the second longest bridge in Europe. Everytime it's different and magic to photograph this stunning piece of architecture.
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Travel information

Easy to get to this spot by bus from Oriente station. Lots of parking available.

Walking time from Moscavide metro station is about 25 minutes and not a particularly nice walk, so perhaps take a bus or cab from the station unless you have time to spare.

You can get an Uber to drop you about 5 minutes from this spot and it's easy to get one to go back towards the city.
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Sunrise

06:58 20:19
12:15
38°47'0.8146" N 9°5'26.9003" W

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Spot comments (17)

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Thomas Keddie
Thomas Keddie 25.09.2018
Stunning image, i went there last night to try and get a shot but couldn’t get anywhere near what you have produced. what kit you are using? I have a canon 6dmkii with a 16-35mm
Emanuel Pereira
Emanuel Pereira 25.09.2018
Hi Thomas, I did it with a Canon EOS 450D and the EF-s 18-55
Thomas Keddie
Thomas Keddie 25.09.2018
Nice one what were your exif details? I will post mine after post processing. Do you have a flickr account?
Emanuel Pereira
Emanuel Pereira 25.09.2018
very simple; ISO 100, f/11 and 180 seconds shuter speed
Thomas Keddie
Thomas Keddie 25.09.2018
Ahh ok I’ve gone to low on the shutter but 4 exposures blended
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 17.09.2018
Again, what a stunning work! perfection at best, it is such a delight to watch your work, my deepest compliments!
Pedro Filipe
Pedro Filipe 17.09.2018
Thank you so much for your kind words Alona!!! Cheers.
Emanuel Pereira
Emanuel Pereira 17.09.2018
@Alona Azaria, are you commenting that picture as it is from Pedro?
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 17.09.2018
Dear Emanuel, unfortunately the system here is that if you "add" a photo, rather than create a new spot, the person who posted first gets the story and the coordinates and your story goes to the bin. I meant Pedro, but having said that, your photo is stunning just as well!!! I wish I could say its mine :-) if any of you is giving workshops in Lisbon, let me know.
Emanuel Pereira
Emanuel Pereira 17.09.2018
not in Lisbon but in Hampshire, UK I will do some about long exposure. By the way, thank you for the comment
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 17.09.2018
Pity you do not have them in Lisbon, maybe Pedro? I just dropped you a line by email.
Pedro Filipe
Pedro Filipe 17.09.2018
Dear Alorna, thank you again for the comments. I am new in the Photography Hobby, so i'm not feeling confident enough to give workshops, but if you ever come to Lisbon just let me know. If im available i will be glad to show you some spots....( bring your tripod and filters btw)....And as for Emanuel my apologies for the inconvenience, but i have just logged today and im still figure how this works. Regards.
Emanuel Pereira
Emanuel Pereira 17.09.2018
I only go to Portugal on holidays, in the summer
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 17.09.2018
Thanks Pedro, that would be great! I am interested in two spots n.l. the bridge from Passeio de Tejo and the MAAT. Can you get in touch with me through [email protected] because I don't have your email? unfortunately there is no messenger here. Thanks again, guys!
Alona Azaria
Alona Azaria 06.10.2018
Thank you Pedro for the most amazing and educational workshop in Lisbon! You are a fantastic teacher and I will be returning from Lisbon with a wealth of experience, knowledge and inspiration!!! Thank you for all your fabulous posts!!!
Pedro Filipe
Pedro Filipe 07.10.2018
My Pleasure Alona. It's was a wonderful experience!!! Best Regards
Bob Klavano
Bob Klavano 24.05.2019
Looking at your photographs. Seems wide angle shots predominate. Do you ever try longer lenses? Do you help visitors find morning or evening photographic sites?

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Thank you Emanuel Pereira for creating this photo spot and Reuben Snyder, Pedro Filipe, Adelheid Smitt, Manuel Becker, William Warby for improving it with additional photos or content.
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