Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Snapshots from within the mountains of Brazil

Brazil's mountains are unique in the fact that they still maintain their "jungley" nature.  The weather remains tropical, even thousands of feet up, although it is significantly cooler than the coastal jungle we are accustomed to in Rio.  The area receives lots of rain and is luscious and green.

Photo taken by Peter Arthur

See also: Water Lilies and Wild Hydrangeas

Now for a question... most of my posts are heavily photography based.  I don't consider myself to be a great photographer, but I enjoy capturing memories of fun places that way.  As a blog reader, do you enjoy these types of posts, or would you rather I have more posts of writing - stories, life updates, poems, etc?  I'm always afraid of writing too much because I don't think people will actually read it all... What do you think?


  1. I enjoy both! I like the photos because I love to see the things you see! :)

  2. I love the photos!! I love seeing what you are experiencing!


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