Skip to comments.Camera Catches Breathtaking Shot of Sun Behind Christ the Redeemer During World Cup Final
Posted on 07/13/2014 4:01:07 PM PDT by Steelfish
Camera Catches Breathtaking Shot of Sun Behind Christ the Redeemer During World Cup Final Jul 13, 2014 By YAZHOU SUN PHOTO: . The sun sets behind the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janiero, July 13, 2014. ABC Breathtaking.
It's the most apt description for the shot of an amazing sunset behind the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, during the World Cup final between Germany and Argentina.
The statue towers above the famed Maracanã where the final was played today.
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Muslims everywhere are complaining.
Truly a tremendous picture! And SO GLAD Germany prevailed. Yes I am a proud German-American!
A triumph of German discipline against tango-rumba-samba type of soccer.
The sun setting on Brazil and its hope for the future?
They showed this on ESPN before the start of the overtime.
At least for Brazil, Argentina didn’t win.
An apology in advance to any Muslims or atheists they offended...
Reminds me of the old spiritual: "He's got the whole world in His hands..."
ABC gave the incredible view plenty of air time. Must’ve made the virilent anti-religious zealots angry. Ask me if I care.
I don’t care either.
It’s a beautiful image.
He’s spreading his arms and saying “we lost by THIS much to Germany.”
I’m still astonished they scored 7 goals against Brazil, I can’t blame the Brazilians for having a national meltdown, that’s almost an unheard of score in soccer. How many games don’t have 7 goals scored in total by both teams!
Actually statues were not permitted in the First Covenant. So...maybe Jesus is, too?
Does anyone worship the statue? The statue is not Jesus or God.
wasn't someone specifically ordered to carve a ......maybe snake....
It’s obvious to anyone that knows soccer that you have no idea what you’re talking about.
It was a great defensive game. Although I was pulling for Germany I felt so bad for the Argentinian goalie when that ball went behind him. The look in his eyes was tragic.
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