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Dear friends, it΄s summer in Brazil! Beaches are full of people looking for any space nearby the sea. The waters could be blue or green, the sand could be white or yellow, but the sun will be always bright over the bikinis and it΄s impossible to spend all day without a good and fresh shadow under the parasol!
Here is the Jurerκ Internacional beach, at Florianσpolis, Santa Catarina, South of Brazil, temperatures around 30C-35C and many guests from Hotel Jurerκ Beach Village enjoying the shadow! Well... of course, enjoying the beach, the waters... the Brazilian Summer! What are you waiting for?
Cheers!
Zeca

TILTED HORIZON?
There are some comments about the tilted horizon. So I included this considerations, and I would appreciate to know what do you think about!

As soon as I saw the result of this picture om my computer, I have the same sensation about the tiltness of the horizon. Well, considering I΄ve shot it with my arms standing over my head, to catch all the parasols from up, I thought it was a normal distracting of mine. But, if you look to the girl at the left up corner, you΄ll see her taking a shower, and you will see that the shower shaft is perfectly parallel to the left end of the photo, or, in 90 degrees to the botton. The light΄s shafts are all really tilted like you see. The mountains are irregular, the beach is curve, and even the botton of that mountains is curve from the left to the right, or from a more far on left to a less far on right, coming to my POV position. Its confused, because it really looks like a tiltness horizon, but I΄m sure that the shower shaft is not. So, I have concluded that the picture is correct. What do you think about? Am I right or wrong?
Thanks for your critics. It΄s all very important for me.

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Additional Photos by Jose A Hauer (zeca) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2801 W: 157 N: 4803] (19762)
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