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Jun 12

Fotos de Parque do Ibirapuera (photos of Ibirapuera park), Sao Paulo

Parque do Ibirapuera (Ibirapuera park) is a beautiful park in the centre of the mega city that is Sao Paulo. It is a well needed oasis in a sea of concrete and chaos. Ibirapuera park is around 2 square kilometres and contains around 120 bird species, from black swans to the great Kiskadees to the Carcara.

Photos of Iguazu Falls – Brazil and Argentina

I have just returned from a wonderful photography trip to one of the seven natural wonders of the world – Iguazu Falls. The falls are shared by the Iguaçu National Park (Brazil) and Iguazú National Park (Argentina) , and have been designated the title of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The “Iguazu” name comes from Guarani or Tupi words, and means big water. Iguazu Falls resides where the Iguazu River falls over the edge of the Paraná Plateau, some 14miles upstream from the Iguazu’s confluence with the Paraná River. The waterfall system comprises of 275 falls along 1.67 miles of the Iguazu River. Iguazu falls boasts the greatest average annual flow of any waterfall in the world.

9 Comments:

  1. Giulliano
    August 30, 2015
    Reply

    Hi Alex
    Do you sell out rent tour images? I need some for my website. Thank you

  2. Edward Finlay
    October 29, 2015
    Reply

    Hi Alex,
    I hope you are well.
    I’m doing some work with Will Taper at Willmotts a small property firm in Hammersmith.
    We will be printing some Christmas cards to send to clients, would you be interested in supplying a winter image?
    I saw a photo of yours, a robin in Richmond park with a snowy background, plus we could advertise your book on the back of the card?
    Let me know your thoughts.
    All the best,

    Ed

  3. images
    December 24, 2015
    Reply

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  4. Ines Griguol
    March 22, 2016
    Reply

    Wonderful photos. Congratulations…….♥

  5. AJM
    May 29, 2016
    Reply

    nice shots

  6. Lara Pettinelli
    September 08, 2016
    Reply

    Hi Alex,

    I am Lara Pettinelli, photo editor at Condé Nast traveller. I am writing you as I am looking for Ouro Preto images and I just found some of your pictures shot there. COuld you please send them in a low resolution, so we can try a layout for our October issue?
    I am looking forward to your kind reply.

    Many thanks

    Best regards

    Lara

  7. Hannah Bruce
    September 28, 2016
    Reply

    Dear Alex
    I really admire your photography. In particular I would love to paint/ be inspired towards painting something from your Richmond Park Deer photo.
    I’m a semi professional Artist, and the painting may get sold at our art society exhibition.

    Would you give me your permission to do this? I will of course attribute my inspiration to you.

    I’m not sure how these things work, but wanted to check with you.

    Very Kind Regards
    Hannah Bruce

  8. Will A
    November 28, 2016
    Reply

    Hello, I am doing a photographer study for my photography course and I was wondering if I could email you and ask you a few questions such as how did you get into photography ect…

    Thank you for your time,
    Will.

  9. ann.hawkins49@gmail.com
    March 15, 2017
    Reply

    Hello Alex, My name is Ann Hawkins. I live in the United States. I need to ask your permission to use a variation of one of your photos. I written and environmental children’s book . I wrote the story 16 years ago and have taught myself how to paint mostly by using national geographic photos. One of my book illustrations uses your swan photo as a main theme.

    I was hoping to get your permission to keep my painting the way it is. I am self publishing my book so I you do not approve I will remove it from my book. I would be happy to send you a copy of the whole book or just the painting I am referring to.

    Sincerely, Ann Hawkins


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