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building bridges

“Os encontros mais importantes já foram combinados pelas almas antes mesmo que os corpos se vejam… “

Paulo Coelho

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31 de Julho de 2014 at 20:52

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High Heels on Cobblestones, Louisiana

Photograph by Edwin L. Wisherd

This Month in Photo of the Day: Images from the National Geographic Archive

Because the region around New Orleans is composed of alluvial soil, there is no paving material close at hand. More than a hundred years ago the city offered a bounty to ships which would bring to the port rock ballast instead of sand. The first cobblestone pavement was laid on Gravier and Magazine Streets in 1817.

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31 de Julho de 2014 at 06:32

Zoey and Jasper – Grace Chon

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Zoey and Jasper (a rescue dog and her little boy) © Grace Chon

Zoey and Jasper (a rescue dog and her little boy) © Grace Chon

Zoey and Jasper (a rescue dog and her little boy) © Grace Chon

Zoey and Jasper (a rescue dog and her little boy) © Grace Chon

Zoey and Jasper (a rescue dog and her little boy) © Grace Chon

Zoey and Jasper (a rescue dog and her little boy) © Grace Chon

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30 de Julho de 2014 at 20:48

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Maynard Owen Williams Self-Portrait

Photograph by Maynard Owen Williams

This Month in Photo of the Day: Images from the National Geographic Archive

Reflection of photographer Maynard Owen Williams in a storefront window

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30 de Julho de 2014 at 20:30

Para interiorizar #13

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Originally posted on Por Outras Palavras...:

A-D-O-R-O!!! <3 ‘Tão eu! ‘

vida

Imagem daqui

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30 de Julho de 2014 at 20:23

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Spotted

Photograph by Logan Watts, National Geographic Your Shot

A leopard gingerly crosses the branch of an acacia tree in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania. “We were almost back to camp when someone in our party spotted this solitary leopard from well over a hundred meters,” writes Your Shot member Logan Watts. “As we slowly approached, it seemed relaxed and began to move up a branch in profile. The dappled foliage and powerful limbs of the acacia paired with the spotted muscular pose of the cat seemed fitting for black and white.”

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29 de Julho de 2014 at 09:27

Ceramic Sculptures – Katharine Morling

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“Time” Ceramic sculpture by Katharine Morling

“Shifting Diamonds” Ceramic sculpture by Katharine Morling

“Everyday Exploration” Ceramic sculpture by Katharine Morling

“Poison Pen” Ceramic sculpture by Katharine Morling

“Ready” Ceramic sculpture by Katharine Morling

 

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28 de Julho de 2014 at 21:09

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