If you have a funny or unusual photo depicting life in Brazil please send it to email@example.com with ‘Photo of the Week’ in the subject line. Ideally we are after photos that are of something a little different, not traditional shots of beaches and sunsets. Please send relatively high resolution images (0.5 Megapixel / 640 x 480 or bigger), and let us know where you took the photo and if you have a title for it.
Taken by Jonathan Flaum in Recife, PE.
Taken by Jonathan Flaum.
Festa Junina For Everyone
Taken by Alan Grabowsky.
Ibirapuera Park Has Gone to the Dogs
Taken by John Duhig in Sao Paulo.
Taken by Marcia Maul in Mercado Central, Fortaleza.
Amor Eterno I (in a series)
Taken by Mary Pierce in Paraty.
Taken by Marcia Maul, in a small village in the interior of Brazil (Ceará).
Taken by Kit di Pomi, a statue of local heroine Anita Garibaldi, the Brazilian wife and comrade-in-arms of Italian revolutionary Giuseppe Garibaldi, in Laguna, Santa Catarina.
Taken by John Duhig at Ibirapuera Park
Taken by Chip Kishel on a road trip between Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro in 1962
Taken by Jeremy Clark photo outside a gift shop in Olinda. Jeremy says “It would make a great Bowsprit Statue on a Portuguese Caravel!”
Tough Times For Angels
Taken by Alan Grabowsky in Sao Paulo.
Look Out Below
Taken by John Duhig at Juquehy beach.
Banda Só Bonecos
Taken by Olivia Coote.
Hangin’ In There
Taken by Martin Riordan in Santa Rosa, RS. Martin says, "Although Instituto Butantan says this frog is very common, I have yet to find anyone who has seen one as big as this one. It is about 9cm long. It took up residence in my house about a year ago and normally spends the day sleeping on top of a metal gate. But one day it decided to sleep on the metal mesh of the gate."
Banda da Ipanema
Teacher and Class
Keeper of the Dunes
Terraco Italia Bar
Have you an interesting photo of life in Brazil? Would you like to see it posted here? Just email it to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Photo of the Week‘ in the subject line