Caminha is a town near the Atlantic Ocean in Northern Portugal. Its location on the Minho river made it an important trading port in the 14th century when Portugal's wine was exported to England and products from India, Brazil and Africa were imported. There's a square in the center of town surrounded by buildings and a clock tower from the 15th century. The shapes of the architectural details inspired this pattern. I once again deconstructed, rearranged and scaled the elements of the original motif.