Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Take a look at the mountains - Pedra do Baú



If you like climbing this is the place to go. "Pedra do Bau" is a rocky mountain and one of the most famous climbling places with many climbing routes of all grades, located at São Paulo Mantiqueira hills, Brazil. I managed to take all the pictures, but the last one... Unfortunately I am not a climber...

Click the pictures to enlarge.

20 comments:

Sonia said...

As fotos estão lindas, Cris! Eu ainda não conheço pessoalmente esse lindo lugar! Beijos!

Cris said...

Sonia, thanks! The mountains are very close to our hideaway farm!

Susie said...

Hi Cris,
Sonia sent me a link to your blog!
What beautiful pictures. I'll be back to visit again !
Please stop in and say hi if you have time!
:)

Cris said...

Hi Susie! I surely will visit you soon, see you!

Connie said...

Dear Cris,
Sonia suggested I stop by and I am sure glad she did. These pictures are beautiful. I can't imagine seeing them in person. Thanks for letting me enjoy a part of your world.

Take care,
Connie
Please stop by my blog some time.

Eduardo said...

Cris, por conta da SONIA, sua amiga, estive aqui conhecendo seu lindo blog. Tudo que Sonia recomenda é bom!
Conheço bem o Baú! Nunca o escalei, mas passamos boa parte de nossa infancia em chacaras no seu entorno!
Uma certa vez, agora vou contar vantagem, passamos de helicoptero no buraco do dente do BAÚ. Uma visão inesquecivel!Estava sem máquina, e não tenho fotos!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Beautiful Beautiful pictures! Welcome to the blogesphere...dear Sonia alerted me to your new blog and it is very nice to meet you! I hope you enjoy this wonderful way to meet & greet people from all over the world....Do come on over to my blog and take a peek at the 'happenings' in Los Angeles California, USA!

Eduardo said...

Cris, a Sonia, mais uma vez minha ANJA, disse que estou com problemas de LINK.Tente:
www.cimitan.blogspot.com/
se não der certo agora!
Abçs.

kenju said...

Beautiful! That flat-topped mountain reminds me of one here in NC (US) and if I can find a photo of it, I'll send it to you.

Cris said...

Eduardo, a família de meu marido é da região, nunca escalei também, agora sobrevoar lá, isso sim deve ser o paraíso!

Old Lady of the Hills - I was redirected to your blog the other day to vote for Whitney! Such a small world!

Kenju, please send me your photo, I have been to Raleigh, NC before!

Kali said...

Hi Cris ~ You live in such a wonderful part of our amazing world!
Thanks for sharing your great pictures...I've enjoyed them.
Sonia sent me and I am sending you a hello from Tasmania, Australia.

Val said...

Cris, I am here via Sonia's email alert, and so glad I stopped by. Lovely photos, and isn't nice to have a hideaway!

Kerri said...

Hello Cris, I'm here by way of Sonia too. She is such a good friend :)
Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures of these amazing mountains.
The cottage looks so cozy. What a lovely retreat you have and such beautiful flowers.
Passionfruit is one of my absolute favorites but we rarely see them here in upstate NY. I grew up in Australia where they're readily available. Fancy having your own vine, and enough fruit for juice! So lucky!

Britt-Arnhild said...

Your friend Sonia sent me over here. You have a beautiful blog :-)

Cris said...

Dear Kali, Val, Kerri and Britt-Arnhild, welcome to my blog! Kali, I was not able to comment your blog and I love your flowers!

Cinara said...

Wonderful pictures, Cris! They belong in a travel & tourism magazine. I am very proud of you, old friend! ;o)

Cris said...

Cinara, thanks buddy for your support always. Love ya!

Did anyone notice on third picture something in the sky??? No???

Cinara said...

Now that you've mentioned... Is that a baloon? Neat! ;o)

Cris said...

Cinara... nope... it's a paraglider!

Deana said...

You are wonderful with a camera!