RAPIDINHAS

RAPIDINHAS

Staring at the massive views and feeling the silent majesty of this
place was like being in a wondrous cathedral and experiencing something very profound
within oneself. It seemed to take longer to climb out than it did to descend, but perhaps
that was because part of me didn’t want to leave there and I kept stopping to look down
and back, trying to etch the memory of the place forever in my mind’s eye.
By Brazzil Magazine

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