See what we do in daytime...

See what we do in daytime...

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Between Earth and Sky

What do you do when you´re driving back home, after a long, busy day, and an almost full moon emerges from the sea in a beautiful night?
You find a small road towards the countryside, leave the busier one, and seize the moment…


Sunday, January 1, 2012

Jump Into Life

What to say of someone who just got to know you, but joined your crazy project of leaving town to get into some dirty road in the middle of the sugarcane plantations outside the city to try to reach that particular spot you saw in the satellite image? A common friend joining in the last minute only adds to the thrill, and I didn´t expect any less from my hometown men…
Thank you guys.
These are fast changing times in  a fast changing region. Centuries-old sugarcane plantations and so far virtually untouched mangrove areas have been giving room to a shipyard, an oil refinery, a growing harbour and many new industries, roads and countless services associated. No landscape seems to be taken for granted anymore as it was the case for our parents, grandparents and so on. Let´s enjoy it, while we can.
More images form our night out will be here in the coming weeks.
Happy 2012!

Light Runs Throught the City´s Arteries

On a second look, it kinda resembles an inverted Xmas tree…
Happy Holidays!!!

Monday, December 12, 2011

I love NY

Some say São Paulo keeps trying to be New York. If it´s true, I hope it just keeps on trying and doesn´t lose its own character. I wouldn´t mind if it had half of NY´s public transport system tough...

Friday, December 9, 2011

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