I have been living in the big, bustling city of Sao Paulo, Brazil for around 9 months now. Only a couple of hours down the road is a stunning paradise though. An escape from the craziness. This is the north coast (Litoral Norte) of Sao Paulo state. This area of Sao Paulo state is a photographers dream. Full of mountains, beaches, jungles and wildlife to photograph.
Two of my new collections of both Richmond Park and Reflections/Refractions in the Rain will be released in GalleryOne stores from this weekend. These are all new and mainly unseen photos taken during my short visit back to the UK. Please feel free to come along to any of the two stores.
I recently have returned from an amazing photography trip to Bolivia. Bolivia is one of the poorest countries in South America, but has in my mind some of the best and diverse landscapes to be seen. From the jungles of Madidi to the surreal lunar landscapes of the Salar de Uyuni. Bolivia really is a photo heaven.
I recently visited the stunning island archipelago of 21 islands called Fernando de Noronha to take photos of its stunning beaches and landscapes. Fernando de Noronha is around 354 km offshore from the Brazilian coast in the Atlantic Ocean. Fernando de Noronoha’s rich waters are a very important breeding area for sharks, turtles, tunas and marine mammals. It also has a healthy population of dolphins and has abundant underwater species. For divers and snorkelers this is a paradise. Also for a photographer that would sound enough, but it also boasts absolutely stunning pristine tropical beaches, with amazing volcanic structures, which rise from the ocean floor some 4,000 m in depth. It is also a protected national park and has a restricted number of visitors each day in order to maintain this special environment.