Monday morning...

...a new day, a new week, a new life!

 

...have a good one; today, tomorrow and the rest of the week!

 

You can read more about Guilherme’s story in this Case Study Thread at Everyone a Changemaker

 

  • Pani Peonia 8y

    Beautiful image...
  • *whit* 8y

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  • gobou 8y

    Fantastic and perfect - I love your POV and this wonderful smile - have a good week
  • *~Yogini~Astra~* 8y

    Beautiful portrait ~ I love the joyous smile and he has gorgeous. long eye lashes.
  • anastasjja 8y

    gorgeous photo
  • Huro Kitty 8y

    look at those eyelashes!
  • Paulo Nuno 8y

    Great portrait,and beautiful expression(specially on a monday morning)
  • margarida martins 8y

    lindo sorriso.
    Voce fala português?
    um abraço
  • HappyHorizons 8y

    Gorgeous!
  • Mylens* 8y

    He most surely has "je ne sais quois"
    We can see his potential and with a litle help from our friends here, he will make it.
    Beijos e boa semana Guilherme.
  • Michaela Hackner 8y

    A great way to start the day. Thank you for the inspiration, always, and the invite to your new group! :o)

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  • aushilfe 8y

    great angle, nice colors!
  • matkaantytto 8y

    you should use a blocker or something so that people don't take your photos. So that they have to ask. Just incase. I want to do that with my photos, but I don't know how.
  • matkaantytto 8y

    his mother's life is so sad!

    hey, how do you get your photos to look cartoonish? I mean how you make the skin glow? (I don't know how to explain)
  • CHILDREN AT RISK FOUNDATION - Brazil 8y

    @matkaantytto,
    I am happy to share our photos with whoever wishes to use them. I of course expect that most people have the decency to ask first so that I have the opportunity to free them for a specific use (not all uses are to our benefit), and at the same time ask them for their counterpart as a minimum act of respect for the work we develop at Hummingbird and the efforts I put into recording it.

    As there is no real way of blocking images on the net (anyone with a little net knowledge knows how to "grab" an image from the internet), I really could not be bothered to put so much energy into protecting the images that I feel are more important for an entire world to see and share with others. We need to build more optimism in this world and learn the values of ethical sharing. I'm sure that whoever takes the time to browse our stream, will be left with an optimistic conclusion that our efforts are worth the trouble.

    I only wish the Flickr community would also understand that all this work is only possible with help from the masses in Campaigns like this one:

    Flickr Xmas Campaign – Reaching for a Star
  • CHILDREN AT RISK FOUNDATION - Brazil 8y

    Thanks everyone for all your visits and positive comments to this precious family that we are trying to assist through our programme.
    Please don't hesitate to believe in the enormous human investment behind every cent you contribute towards our campaigns. The rewards are incredible to those who are touched by our actions. This is an excellent opportunity for all of you to make your small change do something towards making big changes in otherwise hopeless situations. - Gregory

    Flickr Support Group - Everyone a Changemaker
  • Ahmad Kavousian 8y

    A great shot, a sweet face ..... and a smile to a new hope
  • originalgrammatique 8y

    hehe ;D this could make me smile into forever...
  • ˎ 8y

    Marvellous photo!

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  • marcio targa 8y

    amazing portraits here!!!!
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