Monday, October 12, 2009

Expectant spectators






Orchestra of the Teatro Tom Jobim (in honor of the conductor and composer Antonio Carlos Jobim), part of the Botanic Garden.


Platéia do Teatro Tom Jobim (em homenagem ao maestro e compositor brasileiro Tom Jobim), parte do complexo do Jardim Botânico.



Below, another view of the theater. The Botanical Garden was very special to Tom Jobim, who was there to write, meditate or relax.


Abaixo, outra visão do teatro. O Jardim Botânico era muito especial para Tom Jobim, que ia lá para compor, meditar ou relaxar.


3 comments:

  1. To me the chairs looked like lots of faces/lots of eyes.....
    Are they comfortable to sit in?

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  2. This is the idea, Gunn! We think exactly about dozens of expectant eyes! And yes, they are very comfortable, despite no padding...

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  3. Mais il n'y a personne , qui attendait-on ?

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