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全景摄影师 Marcio Cabral PRO EXPERT MAESTRO 日期和时间 18:06, 03/07/2010 - Views loading...

Veadeiros Tablelands 2

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Located in the oldest geological part of the continent, the Araí plate, formed 1.8 billion years ago, Chapada dos Veadeiros (Veadeiros tableland) is the most luminous point seen from the Earth's orbit, according to NASA. The Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park in Goiás State was created in 1961. It is situated at varying altitudes between 1,300 and 1,500 mt (4265 and 4921ft), which act as watersheds of the Maranhão and Paraná river basins. Of the existing fauna, the lobo-guará, deer, rhea, king vulture and various species of sparrow hawk are worthy of noting.
Being an area of incomparable beauty, Chapada dos Veadeiros is interesting to visit both in the dry season and the rainy one. Because of the amazing energy present in the region, it attracts people interested in mysticism and ecotourism. It is also famous for its waterfalls, hiking trails and unforgettable landscape. Here, nature remains untouched by civilization, thanks to IBAMA, environmental institutions, the local community and the local public administration.

  • Martin Maag about 1 year ago
    Phantastic landscape and beautiful panoramas. I wish I was there. What is the name of those funny plants in the foreground?
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    在附近的图片Chapada dos Veadeiros - Veadeiros Tablelands


    A: Paepalanthus Galactic

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此处190远

    Paepalanthus wildflower at new moon with paint light and focus stacking

    Paepalanthus Galactic

    B: Jardim de Maytreia

    摄影师Emilio Campi - 360 Total, 距离此处300远

    Assim como o Morro da Baleia, é um lugar valorizado pelos místicos, que afirmam existir no local um c...

    Jardim de Maytreia

    C: Veadeiros Tablelands National Park

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此处390远 in the oldest geological part of the continent, ...

    Veadeiros Tablelands National Park

    D: Cerrado Stellar I

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此处860远

    Cerrado Stellar I

    E: Cerrado Stellar II

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此处990远

    Paepalanthus wildflower is a rare plant found only in the savannah highlands of Brazil.

    Cerrado Stellar II

    F: Maytreia

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此全景1.1


    G: Maytreia Gardens

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此全景1.2

    Maytreia Gardens , Veadeiros Tablelands National Park - Brazil

    Maytreia Gardens

    H: Maitreya Gardens

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此全景1.2 Chapada dos Veadeiros, which i...

    Maitreya Gardens

    I: Waldomiro's Ranch

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此全景3.5

    Waldomiro's Ranch

    J: Cerrado Sunrise

    摄影师Marcio Cabral, 距离此全景8.1

    Cerrado Sunrise

    此全景拍摄于Chapada dos Veadeiros - Veadeiros Tablelands, Brazil


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