The beach in northeastern Brazil which I sometimes call home. A jangada, the traditional fishing boat, is landing in the distance.
the place to be! gorgeous
13 Sep 2010 5:58am
@Magda: Many thanks, Magda.
This is a magical beach shot...of the kind I don't get to see. Thanks for view through your lens ! :-)
13 Sep 2010 6:07am
what a beautiful scene Michael!
13 Sep 2010 7:02am
@Ian Bramham: Thanks, Ian. I really appreciate your comment.
13 Sep 2010 7:14am
What a beautiful beach to walk ... it looks like it goes on and on. I can see the men with logs, getting ready to help beach the jangada. ... Do you ever have hurricanes in that area, Michael? We see Caribbean weather forecast, but not south of that.
13 Sep 2010 10:50am
@Judy aka L@dybug: Yes, the beach does go on forever. I believe Brazil has one of the largest stretches of beach in the world. This area just south of the equator is quite hurricane free. However there have been minor earthquakes in the area. Thanks, Judy.
Very beautiful composition of a perfect beach!
13 Sep 2010 11:02am
I envy you for having such a pretty home. Lucky you , man ;)) Gorgeous scene. SO gorgeous that one only can dream of being there !
13 Sep 2010 11:44am
What a lovely place, thank you for sharing !!!
13 Sep 2010 11:54am
There it is, my heaven....
13 Sep 2010 12:26pm
oh la belle plage que voilà !!!:)
13 Sep 2010 2:44pm
What a lovely view and beach..Wonderfully captured..Would love to be there.
13 Sep 2010 6:08pm
13 Sep 2010 8:36pm
I understand why you call it home.... it's a beautiful location, I would be on the beach all day - a typical old hippie beach bum. Excellent image Michael.
13 Sep 2010 11:44pm
@Michael: Yes, a shack on a beach was always a dream. thanks, Michael.
Of course it is beautiful! Must have real courage to enter that wave-full ocean!
15 Sep 2010 4:22am
Such a fabulous place for a sometimes home. This is gorgeous, of course.
15 Sep 2010 6:33pm
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