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Located in the middle of the world's biggest tropical forest, the fisherman village named Alter do Chao is the jungle's answer to the Caribbean. Its river beaches have white and tinny sand combined to crystal and warm water that makes this hidden place a must visit paradise in Brazil.

A simetria neoclássica da cúpula da Sala São Paulo.

Escultura "A Justiça", de Alfredo Ceschiatti, em frente ao Supremo Tribunal Federal.

Hashtag do final de semana proposta pelo @instagram: #WHPreplacemyface

Just launched "Body language meanings". The e-book brings the first research in Portuguese about the influences of the pheromones in the interpersonal communication process as well as the ocular behavior during social interactions. In order to illustrate the entire e-book, I got conceptual images from "Creative Commons", a website that provides copyright-licenses photos. In the coming days, I will keep sharing other Creative Common's images that I selected to illustrate "Significados da linguagem corporal", the original name of my e-book. It is available for sale on "Amazon". However, for my Instagram friends - specially the ones from Brazil and other Lusophone countries - the e-book, of course, is free. If you want to check it out, please, find its costless version at http://issuu.com/linguagem.corporal/docs/lfreitas

Sunlight reflected on the steel walls of the Walt Disney Concert Hall, home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra. This photo was taken with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II during #vacation journey to #California in 2008.

Photo taken at "Rodrigo de Freitas lagoon" on April, 07 2013, edited on Snapseed and filtered as "Kelvin" on Instagram.

Sugarloaf Mountain (in Portuguese, Pão de Açúcar), is a peak situated at the mouth of Guanabara Bay on a peninsula that sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean. Rising 396 meters (1,299 ft) above the harbor, its name refers to the conical shape of sugar blocks produced until the late 19th century. The shape of this #Brazilian landmark is the inspiration of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games' logo design.