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Brasilia Seen from The Sky

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Gentlemen,

 

This is a very special momment when i feel proud of the work of the International Advisory of the Federal District Government (my workplace).

 

Those are a bunch of photos of my beautiful city seen from the sky. Those photos were taken by Mr. Bento Viana from helicopter flights.

 

hope you enjoy and comment!

 

http://bentoviana.wordpress.com/2012/07/24/brasilia-vista-do-ceu-45/

 

Thank you :D

 

Preview:

 

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In the third pic I recognise the twin buildings where reportedly a lot of glass was broken by a high speed pass of some Mirage 2000's lately.... :groupwave:

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Beautiful City, and I was almost in Sao Paulo last week for LBACE conference. I'll be there next year!

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