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Lisboa, a bridge to San Francisco

“Every morning breaks in the same place, There are no mornings over cities, or mornings over the country. When the day breaks, when the light shudders as it rises All places are the same place, all lands are the same, And the freshness that rises is eternal.” (From Acordar da Cidade de Lisboa, Mais Tarde […]

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Silent View

One photo, one moment One day, one place One view, one wonder!

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Boulder, Colorado means Colorful Lifestyle

Casual and friendly, Boulder has a lot to offer to its visitors and all year round residents. It’s like a giant outdoor playground, great for world-class athletes and lovers of anything outdoors. The climate offers four seasons, from sunshine to snow. So, one can expect countless amounts of activity. Boredom doesn’t have a seat here. […]

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Sunset at Sebastian Inlet and 5 things to do around

Breathtaking sunsets are part of everyday scenery around the Treasure Coast in Florida. This region located in the Atlantic Coast comprises the Sebastian – Vero Beach area and the Port St. Lucie area. To North is the Space Coast and to South is the Gold Coast. These pictures were taken at the Sebastian Inlet State […]

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The Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida

One of these last weekends we visited the west coast of Florida, more precisely St. Petersburg. The Dali Museum was in our plan for a while since we heard it had opened in a brand new building in late January of the present year. The location could not be better, in downtown St. Petersburg with […]

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A Special Birthday at Disney

It was last Saturday. Two years have gone since I’ve seen those sweet eyes for the first time. Wide open eyes since her first contact with the world. Blue bright with interminable lashes looking at me and daddy. Inevitable memorable moments. My first child, a daughter that changed my life forever, in an awesome way. […]

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Hurricane Irene on a Florida Beach

The first hurricane threat of the season, Irene, luckily stayed offshore of the east coast of Florida. Not so fortunate were Puerto Rico, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Bahamas and Turks and Caicos islands. Ahead of us, there is an extraordinary threat from North Carolina to the mid-Atlantic to the Northeast and New England. This includes Norfolk, […]

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Watching the Endeavour Launch… from the roof!

  We went to the roof to have a clear view of the Endeavour last voyage into the skies and beyond. We were following on NASA TV that everything was a go to the launch, so we decided to run upstairs just five minutes before. I drag the little girl literally from her sleep, and […]

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Butterfly Rainforest

Hundreds of exotic butterflies. A tropical garden of luscious plants and trees. The relaxing sound of little cascades and a lake featuring some fishes and turtles. Are you feeling the gentle spring breeze in your face? Come with me into this vibrant Butterfly Rainforest. It happened one recent Sunday. Through the walking path, we experienced […]

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These Are the Days of Our Lives

We’ve been spending the mornings at the beach. The weather is greetings us with sunshine and warm temperatures and we’re welcoming the outdoors. This is, in my opinion, the best time of the year to enjoy the Florida coastline, before it starts to get a little to hot to handle the outside temperature for too […]

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