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"à espera de godot"

"... é uma coisa que não é, mas faz de conta que é para ver como seria se fosse."

"à espera de godot"

"... é uma coisa que não é, mas faz de conta que é para ver como seria se fosse."

11.Fev.15

57º world press photo: (sports features - stories) - 3º prémio

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A LINGERIE LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN14 April 2013Gwinnett, Georgia, USAMembers of the Omaha Heart football team dance before a match with Atlanta Steam, on 13 April. The Heart lost 42-6. Members of the Legends Football League hope to help establish American football for women not only in the US, but in Australia and Europe as well. The league was formerly known as the (...)
04.Fev.15

57º world press photo: (sports action - stories) - 3º prémio

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WORLD SWIMMING SPORTS29 April 2013Adelaide, AustraliaAustralian Ray Eliason competes in the men’s 100-meter breaststroke multi-class on 29 April, day four of the Australian Swimming Championships, at the South Australia Aquatic and Leisure Centre. The championships doubled as trials for the World Aquatics Championships. Eliason came third in the finals. STORY  
28.Jan.15

57º world press photo: (observed portraits - stories) - 3º prémio

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TRANSYLVANIA: BUILT ON GRASS20 June 2012Maramureş, RomaniaThe Borca family, from the village of Breb, put finishing touches to one of the 40 or so haystacks they make each summer. In Transylvania and other remote areas of Romania, many people farm on a small scale, in ways unchanged for centuries. Their farms have among the lowest yields in Europe, but also some of (...)
21.Jan.15

57º world press photo: (nature - stories) - 3º prémio

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 BONOBOS - OUR UNKNOWN COUSINS01 June 2011Salonga National Park, Lui Kotale, Democratic Republic of CongoA young female bonobo rests after a large meal. Her lips are colored orange by mud she has eaten to counteract toxins in unripe fruit she consumed. Bonobos, along with chimpanzees, are our closest living relatives. They are also among the least-studied of (...)
14.Jan.15

57º world press photo: (general news - stories) - 3º prémio

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GAZA BLACKOUT10 December 2013Gaza City, GazaAl Mansura Street Gaza’s only power station closed in November, after it ran out of diesel. For years, supply from the Israeli grid had been intermittent, and electricity cuts due to fuel shortages had long been a daily occurrence. Torrential rain and severe flooding in Gaza in December led to even longer blackouts than (...)
07.Jan.15

57º world press photo: (daily life - stories) - 3º prémio

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DAYS OF NIGHT - NIGHTS OF DAY08 March 2012Norilsk, RussiaNorilsk, in northern Russia, is (after Murmansk) the second-largest city within the Arctic Circle, with a population of over 175,300. It is also one of the ten most polluted cities in the world. Rich metal and mineral deposits make the region a primary global source of such commodities as nickel, cobalt, (...)
31.Dez.14

57º world press photo: (contemporary issues - stories) - 3º prémio

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LAST OF THE VIKINGS24 June 2011Lodingen, Lofoten, NorwayA whale is brought aboard the Jan Bjorn, one of the Lofoten fishing community’s remaining whale boats. The fishing community on the Lofoten islands of northwestern Norway is slowly diminishing, as their way of life is dying out. A traditional economy based on small-scale, sustainable whaling, and fishing from (...)
17.Dez.14

57º world press photo: (spot news - singles) - 3º prémio

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"Victims lie in the rubble, on the day after the Rana Plaza building, which accommodated five garment factories, collapsed."FINAL EMBRACE25 April 2013Savar, BangladeshVictims lie in the rubble, on the day after the Rana Plaza building, which accommodated five garment factories, collapsed. The relationship between the two people is not known.In the days following the disaster, more (...)
10.Dez.14

57º world press photo: (sports features - singles) - 3º prémio

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FREE DIVING WITH SHARKS17 May 2013Haleiwa, Oahu, HawaiiConservationist and dive safety officer Ocean Ramsey surfaces while free diving off the coast of Haleiwa. Free diving is done without scuba gear, and requires divers to hold and control their breath for extended periods. Ramsey dives without a cage among sharks. She hopes to change public perception of the predators.