12/02/2008

#43 - Hard Rock Café

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In a recovered cinema Condes, the two floors of the Hard Rock in Lisbon receive the best rock in decades. I am not a fan but I think it was a positive recovery of the building and has a beautiful evening visual effect.

What city doesn´t have a Hard Rock Cafe?

11 comments:

The D in D & T said...

This looks really beautiful. What a great photo. I cant wait to visit your city.

You've done a great job, I'm so glad photobucket worked for you. :)

Lilli & Nevada said...

This is a wonderful photo, love the bright gold colors great shot

Ioanna said...

Nice building, wonderful light! Every floor has different music events?

g_mirage said...

This is lovely! Hmmm...I remember those Hard Rock cafe tshirts with the logo and the city written below!

Jilly said...

Such impressive buildings. Great night photography. I remember the Hard Rock Cafe when it first opened in London. Such great fun.

Julie at Virtual Voyage said...

Just called in to say hi....

Your photos are stunning - a cast of the one of the Henry Moore sculpture - think its reclining figure with arch leg - is currently in an exhibition in Kew Gardens, London;

I photographed it and its on my Photoblog (as well as recent posts) if you're interested!

quintarantino said...

Iluminação esplendorosa num edifício monumental.

Sailor Girl said...

I've never been to a Hard Rock Café, can you imagine it?...
What a great shot, «Uma por Dia»!!!!

Joao Quaresma said...

Very good photo, indeed. Parabéns, Uma Por Dia!

Uma por Dia said...

The idea of taking a photo to this building never really excited me before, bur when I saw his lighted at night I had noticed that it was beautiful.
Ioanna: the few times that I was there in ordinary days to eat a hamburger, I never noticed the shows :(
Julie: Thanks for helpeful clarification, I had no idea, now I saw your blog and have learned a few things about this English sculptor who has a foundation. Next time I will have more information.
Thank you my friends for the kind comments and assistance!

ps. Sailor: vale sempre a pena conhecer mas na minha opinião não perdes muito ;)

quintarantino said...

O sucesso no "metier" de desvio patriótico de imagens depende do silêncio, do disfarce e da lata!