Unprobable View is Manuel Mira Godinho.... a citizen of the world who lives in Lisbon, Portugal, West Europe. When I'm not taking photographs, among other things, I teach Economics.

    

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  • JoinedMarch 2007
  • Current cityLisboa
  • CountryPortugal
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As Architectural Photographers go UnprobableView is one of the best. Plain and Simple. An aspiring admirer.

March 10, 2019

A vista improvável estimula a capacidade de avaliar a imagem e descobrir as suas potencialidades. Os seus indeléveis trabalhos constituem pontos de referência a todos os níveis. Sucesso e um grande abraço deste amigo!

April 15, 2011
siggito says:

Dear Manuel! I have been checking out your string of awesome photography, and I am just stunned. You have so many moments here, that are so perfect, so full of mood, and so full of life. It simply takes my breath away. You always inspire, and always motivate me to do better. And that is not an easy task, I can … Read more

Dear Manuel! I have been checking out your string of awesome photography, and I am just stunned. You have so many moments here, that are so perfect, so full of mood, and so full of life. It simply takes my breath away. You always inspire, and always motivate me to do better. And that is not an easy task, I can tell you that. You have your own style, lines, expression and feel to your photography. I really hope it will take you places in the world, to inspire you, and to inspire the rest of us. Keep up the brilliant work. I am so happy that I have found you here on flickr. Best regards Siggito

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March 6, 2011

UnprobableView's eyes travel; moving round spirals, up and down steps, along railway tracks, skipping rhythmically along rows and rows of windows, always seeing the same patterns again and again, no matter which city awakes them; producing hundreds of pictures, all telling the same story, like a sculptor forever carvin… Read more

UnprobableView's eyes travel; moving round spirals, up and down steps, along railway tracks, skipping rhythmically along rows and rows of windows, always seeing the same patterns again and again, no matter which city awakes them; producing hundreds of pictures, all telling the same story, like a sculptor forever carving, forever chipping away, refining they're life's work, their masterpiece in stone: they're story of an eternal love, an awe, a singular obsession with the built environment.

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May 22, 2010

Manuel aurait pu être un grand architecte, un conducteur de trains ou, encore, un artiste contemporain. Il s'avère être un photographe talentueux, voire doué, qui fait le bonheur de tous ceux qui savent prendre le temps de regarder ses photos. Ses images racontent de très belles expériences et, inévitablement, vous c… Read more

Manuel aurait pu être un grand architecte, un conducteur de trains ou, encore, un artiste contemporain. Il s'avère être un photographe talentueux, voire doué, qui fait le bonheur de tous ceux qui savent prendre le temps de regarder ses photos. Ses images racontent de très belles expériences et, inévitablement, vous conduiront vers son univers personnel. à découvrir absolument.

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February 11, 2010

"UnprobableView terá a chance de verificar seu testemunho antes que ele seja publicado, portanto não se preocupe com alguma coisa grosseira ou indecente." Com esta informação do Flick fico à vontade, certo? Tu, Probable YourSelf, és indecente! Com estas fotografias, desmotivas qualquer um a continuar! Acabo de decidi… Read more

"UnprobableView terá a chance de verificar seu testemunho antes que ele seja publicado, portanto não se preocupe com alguma coisa grosseira ou indecente." Com esta informação do Flick fico à vontade, certo? Tu, Probable YourSelf, és indecente! Com estas fotografias, desmotivas qualquer um a continuar! Acabo de decidir que serei mais útil a ... untar formas...! Beijos grandes

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November 23, 2007