As it was a rather grey day, here's a monochrome image (gold toner) of the Juscelino Kubitschek bridge (popularly and even officially known simply as the Ponte JK, which crosses the Lago do Paranoá - the artificial lake which sweeps in a semi-circle around Brasilia.
Kubutschek was the President of Brazil who, in late 1950s, determined that Brasilia would be built as the new capital of the country. He's a local hero.
|camera||Canon PowerShot G9|
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