[new topographics of são paulo state, brasil]

I understand that these photos show the tremendous strength that the sugar and alcohol (ethanol) industry has in Brazil, especially in the interior of the state of São Paulo.


But – it seems to me that there is always a but or more than one – it is a type of industrial activity that, although it has improved a lot in terms of negative environmental impact in recent decades, still causes environmental impacts and many of them are still unknown and difficult to be properly evaluated.


But, in life, we often look at certain issues from the lyrical side and I want to focus my attention on this aspect of what I do and see these photos that I take, even though I can’t get rid of the memory of the aforementioned social and environmental impacts.

is the sky the limit?

is the sky the limit?

another exercise: forming the ‘equivalent’…

exercise your visual perception aiming to form the ‘equivalent’ and press the camera shutter button…

according to Karr and Wood (The practice of Contemplative Photography. 2011. Shambhala): one connects with flash of perceptions; one works on visual discernment and finally the equivalent of what we saw, what we witnessed is formed…

{why landscape photography enchants me}

I wonder: why black and white landscape photography continues to entertain me, to enchant me over the years?…I think it’s for many reasons…but I wouldn’t dare mention the main one…only I know that I am more enchanted with each passing day that I photograph landscapes like the ones I share now…I hope you like it…leave your comment that I would greatly appreciate…