quarta-feira, 19 de outubro de 2011

Copacabana Beach at night

It's almost impossible for visitors to Rio to resist the charm of the city's eighty kilometers of beaches. Framed by the wavy black and white mosaics of Avenue Atlântica, Copacabana is one of the main reasons for this fascination. In fact, there are two separate beaches here: Leme (one kilometer) and Copacabana, (just over three kilometers). A center of activity both night and day, the beach is lined with kiosks, a bicycle path and racks, lifeguard posts, public showers and bathrooms, hotels, bars and open-air restaurants. The Military Forts at each end are open to visitors, offering panoramic views.

6 comentários:

  1. So empty, what a perfect time to be there!

  2. I'd LOVE to go to Rio!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

  3. 80k of beaches would indeed be impossible to resist. I can almost hear the gentle lap of the sea in the night of your photo. And as the song says "the hottest place north of Havana".
    Joy, ABC Team

  4. Que espetáculo de foto!
    E que delícia aquela galera sentada na areia perto do mar... saudade...

    Beijo carinhoso.

  5. This looks like the beach I would like to walk on....no people...just me! Everything looks so quiet and serene. Oh, how I miss the beach. The mountains are beautiful, but my home was on the Atlantic Ocean and I still miss it at 72. Beautiful evening image.


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