Assistindo Meu Gato Endiabrado no #AnimalPlanet com o Chico!

Em Homenagem ao centésimo nonagésimo primeiro aniversário da comemoração da Independência do Brasil. Trecho do hino nacional cantado por Vanusa. 

"Será se eles falam mesmo sobre Jean-Sol Partre quando estão sozinhos?!…"  Lendo L”Écume des Jours"
— Boris Vian

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Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm
Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”
As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.
Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”
Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.
Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”
"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."
For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.
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Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm
Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”
As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.
Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”
Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.
Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”
"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."
For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.
instagram:


Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm
Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”
As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.
Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”
Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.
Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”
"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."
For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.
instagram:


Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm
Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”
As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.
Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”
Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.
Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”
"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."
For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.
instagram:


Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm
Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”
As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.
Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”
Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.
Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”
"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."
For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.
instagram:


Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm
Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”
As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.
Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”
Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.
Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”
"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."
For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.
instagram:


Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm
Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”
As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.
Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”
Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.
Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”
"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."
For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.

instagram:

Snapping #petselfiez with @jermzlee & Norm

Since the advent of the digital camera, people have been snapping the one-handed self-portraits that the world has come to know as “selfies.”

As the popularity of the selfie has grown around the globe, it was only a matter of time before animals started getting in on the trend.

Enter Jeremy Veach (@jermzlee) and his adorable pug Norm. Norm snapped his first selfie a few months ago and posted it with a new #petselfiez tag, differentiating it from other selfies on Instagram. Says Jeremy, “my followers loved it so I kept it going!”

Since Norm’s first selfie, nearly 900 other animals have been inspired to share their own selfies with the #petselfiez hashtag.

Jeremy has some advice for humans that want to help their animals take the perfect selfie: “My best tip is to prop your pet up so one paw is on your leg while you hold the other paw towards your camera.”

"Our Instagram experience has been crazy and so much fun!" says Jeremy. Norm, himself, has become a bit of a celebrity in his hometown of Seattle. "I have been walking around the streets of Seattle and have had people recognize Norm and want a picture with him."

For more photos from Jeremy and Norm, follow @jermzlee on Instagram, and be sure to browse the #petselfiez hashtag to see selfies from animals around the world.

Esta série de fotos foi encontrada no lixo pela fotógrafa italiana Martina Bacigalupo, o autor das fotos, o fotógrafo Obal Denis, tirou-as em uma pequena cidade na Uganda. O interessante destas fotos é que seu autor não tinha intenção que elas fossem artísticas, as fotos foram cortadas para serem utilizadas em documentos oficiais, os quais interessa-se somente a face, o resto é lixo, contudo as inquietantes imagens farão parte de uma exposição no Walther Collection Project Space em Nova Iorque.
Via  Zeca Camargo http://g1.globo.com/platb/zecacamargo/2013/09/02/to-de-ferias-mas-nao-to-morto/
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/08/25/magazine/look-Gulu.html?ref=magazine&_r=2& Esta série de fotos foi encontrada no lixo pela fotógrafa italiana Martina Bacigalupo, o autor das fotos, o fotógrafo Obal Denis, tirou-as em uma pequena cidade na Uganda. O interessante destas fotos é que seu autor não tinha intenção que elas fossem artísticas, as fotos foram cortadas para serem utilizadas em documentos oficiais, os quais interessa-se somente a face, o resto é lixo, contudo as inquietantes imagens farão parte de uma exposição no Walther Collection Project Space em Nova Iorque.
Via  Zeca Camargo http://g1.globo.com/platb/zecacamargo/2013/09/02/to-de-ferias-mas-nao-to-morto/
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/08/25/magazine/look-Gulu.html?ref=magazine&_r=2& Esta série de fotos foi encontrada no lixo pela fotógrafa italiana Martina Bacigalupo, o autor das fotos, o fotógrafo Obal Denis, tirou-as em uma pequena cidade na Uganda. O interessante destas fotos é que seu autor não tinha intenção que elas fossem artísticas, as fotos foram cortadas para serem utilizadas em documentos oficiais, os quais interessa-se somente a face, o resto é lixo, contudo as inquietantes imagens farão parte de uma exposição no Walther Collection Project Space em Nova Iorque.
Via  Zeca Camargo http://g1.globo.com/platb/zecacamargo/2013/09/02/to-de-ferias-mas-nao-to-morto/
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/08/25/magazine/look-Gulu.html?ref=magazine&_r=2& Esta série de fotos foi encontrada no lixo pela fotógrafa italiana Martina Bacigalupo, o autor das fotos, o fotógrafo Obal Denis, tirou-as em uma pequena cidade na Uganda. O interessante destas fotos é que seu autor não tinha intenção que elas fossem artísticas, as fotos foram cortadas para serem utilizadas em documentos oficiais, os quais interessa-se somente a face, o resto é lixo, contudo as inquietantes imagens farão parte de uma exposição no Walther Collection Project Space em Nova Iorque.
Via  Zeca Camargo http://g1.globo.com/platb/zecacamargo/2013/09/02/to-de-ferias-mas-nao-to-morto/
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/08/25/magazine/look-Gulu.html?ref=magazine&_r=2&

Esta série de fotos foi encontrada no lixo pela fotógrafa italiana Martina Bacigalupo, o autor das fotos, o fotógrafo Obal Denis, tirou-as em uma pequena cidade na Uganda. O interessante destas fotos é que seu autor não tinha intenção que elas fossem artísticas, as fotos foram cortadas para serem utilizadas em documentos oficiais, os quais interessa-se somente a face, o resto é lixo, contudo as inquietantes imagens farão parte de uma exposição no Walther Collection Project Space em Nova Iorque.

Via  Zeca Camargo http://g1.globo.com/platb/zecacamargo/2013/09/02/to-de-ferias-mas-nao-to-morto/

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2013/08/25/magazine/look-Gulu.html?ref=magazine&_r=2&

A belíssima Ave Maria do renascentista Giulio Caccini.

"Há uma porção de gatos em Paris e na França e eles podem fazer o que querem, sentar-se em cima das verduras ou entre as mercadorias da mercearia, ficar dentro de casa ou sair."
— Gertude Stein, Paris França.