24 February 2014

La Fête du Citron (Corso) - the Brazilians

Of course it wouldn't be a 'corso' without the beautiful girls. They are known as 'bresilliens' in France, doubtless in reference to the celebrated carnival in Rio. Whether or not they all come from Brazil, who knows? I don't think anyone cares... so long as they are here and wearing as little as possible!


Bien sûr, un « corso » ne s'envisagerait pas sans de belles filles. En France, on les appelle  des « brésiliennes », sans doute en référence au célèbre carnaval de Rio. Viennent-elles toutes oui ou non du Brésil, qui le sait? Je ne pense pas que quiconque s'en soucie ... tant qu'elles  sont là et le plus légèrement vêtues que possible!


  1. And very vibrant! Terrific shots!

  2. I need a pair of those white boots.

  3. The one on top is wearing quite a lot by these standards, but what a stunning portrait. She looks to be made of porcelain. Her make-up could crack.

  4. Uhhh, you didn't get any more photos of these women, did you?

    I wonder why I am sweating and breathing hard . . .

  5. The one in the orange feathers has beautiful legs. Perfectly shaped for the samba.


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