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This photographer captured "lonely houses" in Portugal, and they're so stunning


It’s all too easy to forget that the world around us true is beautiful, which is exactly why we have so much appreciation for the travel photographers who capture the stunning moments to be found in the everyday. One such photographer is the creative behind these portraits of “lonely houses” in Portugal.

According to Fubiz, travel photographer Manuel Pita began taking photos in 2012, and his “lonely houses” series is based around the isolated houses of Portugal. Now this is the magic of travel photography!

How stunning are these minimalist portraits of “lonely houses” in Portugal?

There’s something so bizarrely soothing about the symmetry of these photographs.

This striped house is so curious and absolutely adorable.

What a creative and unexpected project! We heart this so much.

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How stunning is this remote house in Scotland?

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This island house is the actual stuff of dreams.

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These colors are so calming. We love the details of this shot!

Talk about travel inspo. We’re dying to give a project like this a try ourselves!

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