What a beautiful day. Your son did a great job.
Those are unusual shaped buildings. Very nice photo!
That is the most "modern" sky watch picture I've ever seen. Thanks for sharing!
It IS modern for sure!
How fabulous--a photo blog from Brazil!I've always wanted to visit!
Every detail stands out so beautifully against that gorgeous blue sky!
Good job, son! I love the clear, blue sky..
Hi, An excellent photo.Your son did a brilliant job with this one.
estas fotos que aqui publicas servem para aumentara minha vontade de visitar o país irmão.Excelente imagem.
At last an Urban photo in this fellowshipGreatVisited an art exhibition from Brasilia / Rio d.j. in Sweden last week. The architect original drawings were presented. Great idea behind the city
Now that is a BLUE sky. Very nice shot. MB
Beautiful sky and pic.It makes me remember the movie "L'homme de Rio" with Jean Paul Belmondo.
Um imenso céu azul ...
THats what I call a big blue Sky..I can also see where Jane as hid my Cornflakes bowl now as well ;o)
Urban Sky Watch.Beautiful.Happy weekend! :)
Beautiful! I love your other photos too!
Funny houses..., so different from our here in the north...Nice weekend to you, from me in Norway.
Looks like a nice clear day.
Interestingly those buildings remind me of the United Nations bldg here in NYC
Neat, and your son takes great pictures…
Beautiful photo and vel done shot!!!Happy weekend:)
I love the huge white bowl. Quite original!
So blue! Your son did a great job.
Beautiful Urban Sky Watch.
Wow! The sky looks huge! Great shot!
This is a beautiful urban sky. Nice post!
A beautiful shot!
Sonia, I wonder if people wave at each other between buildings. I would.I love the simple lines and open space. Very nice picture.
Beautiful sky :)
Just love that blue!
What a very beautiful and unique photo!
What lovely clear skies.Beautiful!Have a good weekend.AlexanderAlex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex
Olá Sonia, boa composição...Exelente fotografia.Beijos
Love the blue sky! Very nice photo.
Fantastic photo!Is the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil (the lower house) in the bowl? Just kidding ;-)
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