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Research and Sources: Deepbrazil, brazilwonders, pinterest.amazing-brazil, brazilwonders.tumblr
Brilliant pictures as always. Te last one is stunning. I shall have to look up the Xavantes.
xxx Hugs Galore xxx
A great change of pace, this soared to the top of my favorites list. Love the map so I did not have to google location. Might be nice to put a map in all this series.
the location in the last photograph looks so pretty.
It does look so tranquil…cheers.
I think you win the prize for X! Very very cool… all of them.
Cheers very kind of you to say so…The internet has been challenging, going to an internet cafe for the day tomorrow to try and catch up on my blog hopping, so I’ll be over to say hi.
Nancy at Hungry Enough To Eat Six
2014 A to Z Challenge Participant
What’s going on with the xavantes? Looks like an apple based ritual!
Hahaha, surprised you don’t know…I’ve no idea sorry.
I’m rather sad the challenge is at an end, I’ve really enjoyed exploring Brazil vicariously through your images Maggie.
Oh Cheers Flip very kind of you…I’ve most certainly enjoyed your posts.
Hi Maggie .. going to try again … I loved the Museum and that sculpture looks incredible. While seeing the Xavante people – so few left .. I hope they are protected and can live their lives without the 21st century … cheers Hilary
Sadly they’re not as protected as they should be and keep getting infections from modern man that they can’t fight…they shouold be left alone. Cheers.
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