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Yanomamis Indians, Roraima, Brazil.

"Todos os olhos, incluindo os orgânicos, são sistemas perceptivos ativos, construindo traduções e maneiras específicas de ver - quer dizer, maneiras de vida". (Donna Haraway)

Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil

Igreja Ortodoxa: memorial ucraniano no parque Tingüi em Curitiba

Amanhecer gelado (Frosty Morning) by Miriam Cardoso de Souza, Caxias do Sul, Brazil, via Flickr

Amanhecer gelado (Frosty Morning) by Miriam Cardoso de Souza, Caxias do Sul, Brazil

Primavera em Curitiba, Brazil by Mathieu Struck, via Flickr

Casal caminhando no Passeio Público de Curitiba. No chão, pétalas de Ipê-Roxo. Outubro de See where this picture was taken. [?]

Curitiba - Paraná

Castelo do Batel, Museu Oscar Niemeyer, centro, Palácio Avenida, Jardim…

Iguazu Falls | The crossroad of three countries of South America, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay so, in terms of passport stamps, we’re talking about 3 in1

Iguazu Falls | The crossroad of three countries of South America, Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay so, in terms of passport stamps, we’re talking about 3 in1

Memorial da Imigração Holandesa em Castro, no Paraná

Imigração neerlandesa no Brasil – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Travel to Argentina and have some  Yerba Mate. Mate is popular all around South America—in Paraguay, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Peru and Bolivia especially—Mate is a type of shrub holly, and yerba are its leaves.

Travel to Argentina and have some Yerba Mate. Mate is popular all around South America—in Paraguay, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Peru and Bolivia especially—Mate is a type of shrub holly, and yerba are its leaves.

Paranaguá, Paraná - Brazil

Paranaguá, Paraná - Brazil

Jabotacaba – Jabotacaba grows in tropical areas such as South America, especially Brazil. The fruit looks very similar to black olives and grows on the branches of the tree, not on stems like typical fruit. Jabotacaba is often used in making jellies, jams, and wine.

Jabotacaba – Jabotacaba grows in tropical areas such as South America, especially Brazil. The fruit looks very similar to black olives and grows on the branches of the tree, not on stems like typical fruit. Jabotacaba is often used in making jellies, jams, and wine.