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história de pescadores com filmagens de “it’s all true” do cineasta orson welles em fortaleza, ceará - brasil. rogério sganzerla conta melhor toda história no seu filme “nem tudo é verdade”
fishing story with all true to life action filmmaker orson welles in Fortaleza, Ceará - Brazil. Rogério Sganzerla account better every story in his film “not everything is true”
Traditional Jangada North East Brasil
A Jangada is a traditional fishing boat made of wood used in the northern region of Brazil. Some claim the historical legacy of the jangada dates back to the ancient Greeks.
The jangada is typically made using 6 wooden logs rafted together in parallel: two in the center (called “meios”, or central ones), 2 more on either side of those (called “mimburas”, a Tupi word), and 2 on the outside, called “bordos”. The 4 most central logs (“meios” and “mimburas”) are united using hard wooden pegs, made of stronger wood than the logs. The “bordos” are then bound to the “mimburas” using more wooden pegs, so they can be more elevated.
Native proa from the Taumako island.
Umiak Sailing at Deception Pass, Fidalgo Island, WA. usa