Today, Bethany and I spent some time with the same photo group that she and a few other students met earlier this week –– this time, at a makeshift skate park under a large sheltered walkway. Tons of teenagers, children and adults were wheeling their way around the area, enjoying snacks, stopping to look at artwork, playing ball and lounging around the sheltered area to stay out of the rain.






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–– Kat Buchanan

One Response to Wheels

  1. Ibirapuera Park, Sao Paulo’s most important urban park (and third largest). The area in the photos is known as the Marquise and is a popular spot for skateboarders, roller skaters, and cyclists. Also under the Marquise is the MAM (Museum of Modern Art).

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