Sunrise from the Bela Vista Pousada in Bueno Brandão
Cattle taking the day off.
Deformed wood, caused by grubs probably.
A view of some typical jungle crops, banana, sugar cane, and coffee.
This is prime farmland, no one has sprinklers or irrigation.
It just rains and then it's sunny.
Most of the state of Minas Gerais is rolling hills with patches of thick jungle.
To feed these cattle, it requires this much jungle.
Amazing giant, primative pine trees
No matter where you go in Brazil, you have to be prepared... to see Poodle-Man.
Go deep into the dark jungle...
You will see an adult man walking by with a yapper dog in his arms.
What's weird is how you never see the woman that he's walking it for...
Next time you go to Brazil play this game, whoever sees poodle-man first, yells "homen- pudó".
That person is then owed a dollar etc.
To get in you have to pay like $R2.00
There were bazilians of brazilians.
The cow looks jealously down on the free (for now) horse.
A horse on the run.
A white wild horse.
Most horse owners cut their manes pretty short to help stay cool.
The church at the top of Bueno Brandão facing east toward the sunrise.
Someone told me that the golden red walkway symbolizes the holy bloodline.
The Bueno Brandão AreaGoogle Map