The pursuit of happiness 

Wonderful sky 💙

That’s incredible to think about the things are happening very next to us everyday and also about the explosion of colors and life around us. 

A gorgeous sun rising 💖

We used to pay attention to the bigs buildings and mansions, expensive cars and jewelries or in ads of advertising with their bright colors popping up along the way. 

A beautiful yellow flower 💛

We usually never take a closer look at the world right under our noses, although. 

Amazing red ❤

Maybe that’s one of the reasons that people are always pursuing the happiness and  peace, wishing to find them in the great things of life or in a bottled secret formula even if the happiness and peace can be found in a small things very close to us.

A pink clover💕

The beauty in the middle of desolation 

No matter where we live because the nature is always generous with us. 

“Wild flowers”

Even in a hidden yard in a rich or in a humble house you can find a beautiful single blooming lonely flower.

Dream land (no Photoshop). Taken in south st, Brazil. 

 There are days when you look around and only see desolation, but when you look up you can see a gorgeous clouds above your head leading your mind to a land dream. 

Dream land ( no Photoshop). Taken in south st, Brazil. 

Even if you are in the middle of desert the sunset or sundown will amaze your eyes. 

Cherry trees. Taken near Nagoya city, Japan.

Some people dislike the rainny days, but if you pay attention you will gonna find some beauty on the raindrops or in a way that birds play with the rain or the way that branches swing along with the wind. 

Now it’s cold and cloudy despite being in a tropical climate and my soul was feeling abandoned by the universe … when met up a new friend in my garden just opening the door.

Bella, my new sweet friend 💜

Missing the colours 

Shirotori garden

Today the weather is rainny and fresh despite of the hot climate . Where I am living the seasons are not well-defined, the mornings are cold and the afternoons are hot or vice versa everyday. Lately, I am missing the time that I was used to spend jogging, enjoying the glamours nature and breathing the pure air in the parks of Japan. Over there, the seasons are well-defined, now it’s autumn, time for admiring the red and yellow leaves and for taking amazing pictures of breathtaking landscapes created by the huge colours of the trees that change completely the view into perfect photos for hanging on the wall.

Shirotori garden
Shirotori garden
Shirotori garden

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Missing the colours

Hoje o dia está chuvoso e fresco apesar do clima quente. Aqui no Brasi as estações não são bem definidas, de manhã é fresco e a tarde é quente ou num faz verão ou no outro faz inverno. Ultimamente estou sentindo saudades dos passeios que costumava fazer nos belos parques do Japão, especialmente no outono quando as paisagens se transformam com a coloração das folhas das árvores em paisagens maravilhosas. Lá, as estações são bem definidas e isso faz com que cada estação seja perfeita para tirar fotos lindas para se pendurar num quadro.

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Itapoá Beach

Itapoá beach.

Itapoá is a coastal city located at Santa Catarina state, Brazil . The city is tranquil and has a beautiful beach for taking a rest. The food prices and the restaurants are not so expensive even during the high season. The beaches are quite clean in comparison with other beaches, at least when I was there on April.

Sunset at Itapoá beach.
Sunset at Itapoá beach.
Even the dogs love to enjoy the beach!
Somewhere on the road.

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A cidade litorânea de Itapoá fica no extremo norte de Santa Catarina. As praias são relativamente limpas se comparadas com outras praias imundas e são tranquilas, pelo menos estavam quando estive lá em abril.

Localização
Neste site do governo estadual de Santa Catarina explica detalhadamente como chegar lá.

http://www.itapoa.sc.gov.br/cms/pagina/ver/codMapaItem/23057

Enchanted seasons in Japan

Cherryblossom at Gojo river, Iwakura city.

This is my first article about the time that i spent in Japan. I lived days of sorrows, worries and joys, but here all i want is to share the good, weird and funny memories about a place that is unknown for many people and “rich of myths” of their habits and daily life. The years that i live there it changed completely the way i used to see and live the life, of course, the course of my life. I don´’t why , all the memories that i have are related with the beautiful seasons. Before, never paid attention on sunsets or on sunrises, colours of autumn leaves or on the colours of the sky, for some unknown reason i felt in love with the nature, there.

Autumn in Japan.

In my days off, i loved to walk around my home. During the last eight years, i lived beside a river named Gojo surrounded by cherry trees and attended by cute ducks, birds, snakes and others small animals. There were fields of rice that were flooded during the spring and these way becoming home for thousands of frogs and filling  my eyes with amazing views of sunrises and night fall. I have fond memories about the moonlights illuminating the  river and the flooded fields reflecting the beautiful full moon image like a mirror . It is a pity that i tried register those moments with my camera, but i couldn´t  because am only an amateur photographer.

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Estações encantadas ♡

Este é o meu primeiro artigo sobre o tempo que passei no Japão. Vivo dias de tristeza, preocupações e alegrias, mas só quero compartilhar as boas, estranhas e divertidas memórias de um lugar que é desconhecido por muitos e cheio de mitos sobre seus hábitos e costumes. Os anos que lá vivi mudaram totalmente o jeito de ver e viver a vida. Não sei o porquê, mas todas as lembranças que tenho são relacionadas com a beleza das estações, antes não prestava no nascer e pôr do sol, mas cores das folhas das árvores, porém por alguma razão me apaixonei pela natureza. Nos dias de folga adorava caminhar pelas redondezas. Durante oito anos morei do lado de um Rio chamado Gojo que era cercado por cerejeiras e frequentado por patos e diversos tipos de aves, cobras e pequenos animais. Haviam também campos de arroz que ficavam alagados durante a primavera, é assim tornava lar temporário de milhares de rãs. Guardo doces lembranças das noites de lua cheia iluminando o rio e dos campos alagados que serviam de espelho para a lua, além de proporcionar cenas lindas durante o pôr do sol. É uma pena que não consegui esses momentos noturnoa com minha câmera, mas guardo as imagens no meu coração.

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Ponta Grossa city, Parana St, Brazil.

Ponta Grossa city.

Ponta Grossa city is located at the south of Parana state and it was officially founded in 1823. The city has about 400. 000 inhabitants and it is one of the major cities of the state. There are many important factories installed like Heineken, Mars and Terra Pak, for example. Ponta Grossa also is an important producer of corn, black beans and soy. The place is surrounded by a beautiful nature that is perfect for those people who like to explore the life in open air, however the city don’t offer infrastructure for the tourists and residents to explore the outdoor trips, unfortunately.

Soy plantation near Vila Velha State Park, Parana St, Brazil.
Parque ambiental is one of the parks clean for walking and cultural activities.
An old train station preserved.

The Historical Carambeí Park

It’s a beautiful open museum.

The Historical Carambeí Park is a open museum that was created to pay tribute to the immigrants dutches that established the municipality of “Carambeih” and also founded a very important dairy products cooperative that contributes with the local economy. 

The Holland architecture.

Another important contribution is the cultural heritage; you can see the influence of the culture in the style of the architecture, cuisine and religion.

A Protestant church

The park is a beautiful and tranquil place for people who love to take pictures and take a time to relax with the family or friends. There you can see the typical owls of the region and also the horses grazing and embellishing the landscape and also to contemplate a beautiful horizon feeling like somewhere in Europe.

A scared owl.

An old slaughterhouse.
Train station

Location
The park is located in the municipality of Carambei in Parana State, Brazil.

Open time
From 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Closed on mondays.

For further information call 55 (42) 32315063.

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Parque Histórico de Carambeí

O parque é um museu à céu aberto que foi criado para homenagear e contar a história dos imigrantes holandesas que fundaram o município de Carambeí e também uma importante fábrica de laticínios que contribui com a economia local.
Os holandeses também deixaram uma herança cultural que você ver na arquitetura do local, na religião e na culinária.
O parque é um lugar tranquilo e bonito ideal para pessoas que gostam de tirar fotografias, passear com a família e amigos. No parque é possível encontrar as corujinhas típicas da região dos Campos Gerais e ainda ver os cavalos pastando que embelezam ainda mais a paisagem, além de se sentir em algum lugar na Europa.

Localização
O parque está localizado no município de Carambeí, Paraná e fica na entrada do município que fica sinalizada por um portal.
De Curitiba para Ponta Grossa você pega a rodovia 277 e quando entrar na cidade de Ponta Grossa você segue sentindo norte para chegar na PR 151 (sentido Castro) e aí só prestar atenção nas placas. No sentido Castro vire a esquerda passando por debaixo da ponte e do portal da cidade.

Para informações mais detalhadas ligue para (42) 3231-5063.

O parque fica aberto das 11:00 às 18:00 horas.

Fechado às segundas.