See what we do in daytime...

See what we do in daytime...

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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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Cities Backlight – Búzios

As years go by, the number of sites free from light pollution decreases dramatically. If you´ve been able to visit one of those sites, consider yourself blessed. In between those places and our cities, one can take advantage of their glow as a huge backlight device for landscape photography. Here´s another image of this series.

Monday, May 9, 2011


Fernando de Noronha is one of those remote places still virtually unknown internationally. A kind of iconic site, that lures the visitor with dreamscapes, it has brought both heaven and hell to those who attempted to settle along the centuries. Nowadays, arrival by both plane and boat is restricted to a small number of people per day, and the stay in the island to non habitants is taxed progressively, as to discourage long stays. In off peak seasons, it’s somewhat common to find a beach just for yourself for a while. At night, an eerie atmosphere may claim the whole place. Due to its isolation and the scarce light sources, being on a huge, deserted area, watching the stars actually reflect on the wet sand in a moonless night can be quite an experience.

Monday, March 21, 2011

Monday, February 28, 2011

The Stadium

Plans that fell through and somewhat friendly cops, all revolving around The Stadium...

Thursday, February 10, 2011


The salt extracting activities in the northeastern coast of Rio de Janeiro state have seen better days. Its slow decline started in the 1960´s and only recently has shown signs of reversal.  Derelict structures are all over to be explored. The whole region is basically a desert, since the areas around the lagoons have seen no other use in ages, and the salterns demand a very small workforce, around 5 people per unit, leading to a very peculiar land occupation of the area, with disperse, very small urban nuclei.