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Série sobre a CIDADE de CAMPINAS - Estado de SÃO PAULO - Região SUDESTE do BRASIL - A CIDADE EM QUE MORO HÁ MAIS DE 28 ANOS (DESDE JANEIRO/1986) - Nº 103 !

Series on the CITY of CAMPINAS - State of SÃO PAULO - The SOUTHEASTERN Region of BRAZIL - THE CITY WHERE I'VE BEEN LIVING FOR MORE THAN 28 YEARS (SINCE JANUARY/1986) - #103 !





LADEIRA!
SLOPES!

Walking around my neighborhood is good for my legs because there are steep slopes everywhere! Here's one and another type of housing in the area!

As some have questioned me, I'd like to say that, although Brazil has become more violent in the last decades (as a result of unsustainable development, among other reasons), the fact that all the houses have walls and rails everywhere is not only a matter of protection against thieves, but a local cultural way of building houses!

After being sedentary for 3 years (before I used to go jogging almost everyday, for 1h or 1h30min/day, 10km/day) and my doctor telling me that I'm getting old (you're kidding!) and my heart is not as good as it used to be, last week I started going for a fast walk for 1 hour in the morning! For two days, I took my camera with me and took some pictures around my neighboord in the morning!


To see my neighborhood from the sky, click HERE !

To see the whole city of CAMPINAS - around 1 million inhabitants (some 100 km northwest of the city of SÃO PAULO - around 11,5 million inhabitants), click HERE !





SOME PICTURE DATA:

Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D7000
Software: Ver.1.02
Exposure Time: 10/600 sec
F-Stop: f/9.0
ISO Speed Ratings: 100
Focal Length: 26 mm
Date Taken: 2014-02-17 19:48
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
File Size: 656 kb

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