Sunday, March 26, 2006


Blogger Anthony said...

Hi there!
Very interesting pictures-- some are very beautiful, thanks so much for sharing! Please know that you have many friends here in the USA and around the world!
And hey-- a graduate of English literature! That is so cool!!!!

9:46 AM  
Blogger Felipe Martini said...


I am of the extreme south of Brazil(in a region more semelhant with Argentina) and i lament the imperialist war of USA in your country.

Do you speak spanish or portuguese?

My english is very bad, but is very good speak with people of other places.

Are you going to USA??? How you can??

Bye! See you!

Hasta luego!

Até logo!

2:26 AM  
Blogger Morbid Smile said...

Hello Anthony, and welcome here! I'm glad that you like the photos. Well I'm trying my best to make the whole world know something about my country, at least through photos!

Oh yes, I'm a graduate of English literature, and I'm going for my Masters next fall in the States as well! :)

Hello Felipe! Welcome to the blog.. I am sorry I don't speak Spanish or Portuguese! I can only speak Arabic and English, and very few French. Yes I am going to the U.S.A., I got a scholarship to study for my Master degree there! :)

See you!

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what beautiful photgraphs. thank you so much for posting them.

i hope you have a wonderful adventure w/your studies in america. i am curious what city you will be coming to.

2:37 AM  
Blogger Topsy said...

The pictures are marvelous. Thank you so much.

I am a librarian at a college on the California central coast. As you begin your studies for your Master's (in what disciplines?), be sure to stop by your university's library and introduce yourself to a librarian at the Reference Desk (the desk where you ask questions). Librarians can help you a lot with your studies.

12:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for sharing those amazing pictures.
So I know u're done with your master of English Literature, Congrats with my best wishes. Will you be returning to the US though?

11:56 AM  

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