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You know those moments you wish you had a camera? January 2, 2008

Posted by Georgete in black-and-white photos, Brazil, People, Personal, Photography, Point of view, travel, Trips.

Tender Moment by GeorgeteYES! This was one of those moments and, thank God, I had my camera with me. I took this picture last Christmas in Brazil, one of the most tender seconds I’ve ever had a chance to witness and capture with my camera.

Thich Nhat Hanh says on his book “Going Home. Jesus and Buddha as Brothers,” that Christmas and New Year’s are opportunities for us to go home. In Asia, the Lunar New Year is considered a time for people to go back to their families and roots. It’s an occasion for them to see each other again after some time of being apart.

This is not different in Brazil and neither for many people around the world (I bet) regardless all cultural differences. We all have special dates when we travel to get together with those we estimate most.

Hope you’ve enjoyed your holidays and benefited from getting connected with your family members and friends. By the end of the day, this is what really matters. 🙂



1. Kitty - January 2, 2008

Wow, this is sublime.

2. Georgete - January 2, 2008

Thanks Kitty. I’m glad you like it.

3. Melissa - January 5, 2008

You take the most amazing pictures. And, I agree, family and friends are what really matters.

4. Georgete - January 5, 2008

Thank you Melissa. It was so nice of you leaving a comment and sharing your thoughts. I appreciated it a lot.
Have fun.

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