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Hello, flew from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro this past weekend and wanted to share some shots from the airplane flight there.  Most of these shots were taken from the airplane window with my X-E2 and the XF 35mm.


Hope you like it!  I'll post separate entries so you may tell me which ones you like best by liking the post!


Thank you.


First shot was one of the ones I liked best, not from the plane.  This is Copacabana beach. These birds flew by in a cool formation and I was glad to fit them in the compostition.


18879565181_2684919cfe_c.jpgCopacabana Beach by Marcelo Valente, on Flickr

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