A special tour by the Tower Eiffel

On july 6th. I and my grandparents took a long tour in Paris, in a bustour, we saw several amazing monuments around the city and the Tower Eiffel was the best, in her was very special, Because we climbed to the top the tower and we saw the beautiful view of the classical Paris, of the museums, of the churchs, of the Arch of Triumph of the Seine River and of the modern Paris, of the tall buildings and of the shoppings. I had never seen a view like this, and this photo shows the entrance to this great experience, that i loved.

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The day that i meet Fausto Silva, or only Faustão.
I was 7 years old and was passing the vacation in São Paulo, with my father and his family, at the house of my aunt and my cousins, when we decided to visit the shopping Iguatemi, to buy some things and eat at McDonald´s, but, i didn´t felt very well, so i needed to pass at the drugstore to buy something, or i will vomit. After i bcame better, my father wanted to buy some clothes at Brooksfield, and after drink something, but, at the rote to the restaurant, we saw a overweight guy that we already saw in some place. He was using a black jacket, he has a REALLY big guy following, just look liked a security besides that, had 5 or 6 people following he. seeing that, we became curious, and went see who was that guy, and when we got closer, my father look liked as: Oh my GOD! Is Faustão!
He ran near Fausto and asked to he take a photo with me and my cousin,  so he laughed and accepted, and it is.

I, my grandma and my cousin.

 It was a very special day, and I was able to spend a lot of time with my only grandmother I have today and my favorite cousin, which is one of the most important things in my life. We went into all the stores, my grandmother bought a lot of things, we ate everything and surrounded the mall doing everything.
 At that moment we were laughing like never before, so we decided to take this picture to save this special moment, which sometimes only happens 4 times a year. We always have a hard time finding each other because they live in Fortaleza and I in Recife, but it’s better than before my cousin lived in Los Angels. I miss you very much, and soon we will meet, now on your 85th birthday. And it is in my grandmother that I feel my greatest fear and my greatest joy: fear of losing her forever and joy of the love placed in her. It is in my cousin that I have my inspiration since childhood, my older sister who always helped me and fought with me.
I miss them!!

In this photography I was sevent years old and my brother was only one year old. In 2013 my mom and my dad decided to took photos of me and my brother to remember in the future and to have good memories. When we arrived to the studio we wear many tips of clothes and we were very ansious, but we had a problem! When we wanted to start, my brother was sleeping and the photographer wanted to took photos of my brother awake. But sudenlly my brother woke up and we took amazings photos, it was a spetacle afternoon.

The story behind the photo

This photo is very important for me, because  this was my first time in the magic world of Disney! My mom took this photo in february 2012, i was 6. This day  my family and i  went to the magic kingdom. In my opinion is the best park in Orlando. We went to the park store that sells a lot of cute Disney products, took pictures at Cinderella castle, watched the parades and performances of  Disney characters and at night we watched Happily Ever After is an amazing fireworks show that it takes place every night on top of Cinderella Castle, a symbol of Disney. As i was small i couldn’t go on most roller coasters, but all i had the opportunity to go, i went and loved it. I bought a little book of princesses from the Disney store for the characters to sign and got a beautiful pin that says “1st visit”.

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On August 6, 1945, this photo was taken after the bomb exploded. The bomb Little Boy was the bomb that decimated. It destroyed an entire city and killed several people and also left thousands of people contaminated with radiation in Japan.

The story behind this photo was that because of a conflict between Japan and the United States that occurred when Japan decided to attack Pearl Harbor Military Base, this attack was a shift from Japan to territorial expansion.

It is with the grudge of Japan that when the war ended, they threatened Japan with the bombs, and as Japan refused, the United States threw the bombs in Japan.

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THE STORY BEHIND THE PHOTO-DAVI VASCONCELOS LEITÃO-T3J1

This picture was taken on May 26, 1945 in the photo shows a kamikaze gang hours before these boys boarded their explosive planes to go on a mission without a return, this was the last photo taken from this kamikaze group. These pilots who were college students who learned to fly a plane with a 250kg bomb, but were not told to land the pilots because they did not believe it would be necessary as they would not return to base.

for those who don’t know what kamikazes are i will explain a little bit about what they are: Kamikaze is a Japanese expression meaning “divine wind” and is still used today to refer to Japanese army pilots who were sent on suicide missions where the Mitsubishi Zero fighter was deliberately used as a missile. how the attack of the Kamikaze battalions would have arisen. However, there is always agreement to say that it was Vice Admiral Takijiro Onishi who fought and encouraged the new mode of attack, which he called kamikaze in reference to an event of 1281, where a wind prevented the ships of the conqueror Mongol Kublai. Khan invaded Japan. Takijiro had the idea of ​​designing this new method of attack after observing the conduct of some pilots. When they were badly injured or with extremely damaged planes, they chose to fly over enemy bases to launch fighters on the Americans. This behavior was not considered suicidal since there was little chance of the pilot saving his life and deciding to give his life to keep his nation safe.

The reasons It is estimated that over 2,500 pilots committed suicide in the kamikaze attacks, which killed nearly 15,000 Americans and sank and damaged 276 ships. The biggest kamikaze attack took place in Okinawa, where more than 300 aircraft plunged into a US base at the same time. One of the reasons why the Japanese joined in such an attack was their sacramental fear of mission dishonor and failure, and the utter contempt for the idea of ​​being captured by the enemy – to them it was more feared than death. Despite countless sacrifices, the victory of the country in World War II was not possible and a few months after the surrender of ally Germany, Japan also had to give in. On the night of the surrender, the creator of the kamikaze operations, Vice Admiral Takijiro Onishi committed suicide by hara-kiri and left a note in which he apologized to all the pilots who died because their sacrifice had been in vain.

My trip

This photo is special to me!

Because I went to a yacht in theUnited States  with my family and  the friends of my parents.I loved this trip because I bought a lot of things from abercrombie and other stores. I went to lots of  parks with my family.I met many yacht places, and I took a sea bath with my sister I played a lot of football there I spent almost a month there. I had lunch at MC Donalds many  times, but there were times my mother wouldn’t let me eat.

I went to Universal with my family and the friends of my parents I went to the Hulk park and lots of  rides.