There was little wind and no rain which allowed me to stay safely inside and shoot from an open window. In this image, a supercell thunderstorm rolls across the Montana prairie at sunset. They say living in Brazil is like living in paradise-very different from the reality of their country of origin. SinceI've been involved with Haitian immigrants and refugees living in my city, Estrela. I immediately opened the window to the maximum permissible amount and clicked a single shot with stretched hands. The tram is vintage, but retrofitted with modern ticketing equipment. Second place, People category.
But a car takes a few minutes to climb or descend this section of the road.
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Fishing on the end of the bridge. But it seemed impossible: One man caught my attention: This view presents quite a contrast to busy urban centers in Japan, such as Tokyo and Osaka. They were selected from more than 13, entries from professional and amateur photographers around the world. Most of the time, the calf stayed close to her mom.