It must be fun growing up in Rio de Janeiro. Great weather every day & you can go play futbol at the beach without a care in the world.
Photo Adventures from around the Globe
Author Archives: Rafaelinho
Along the country road outside Viñales, I came across this farm situated in between two mogotes. These limestone hills are lush with vegetation and tower over the valley. This is one of my favorite destinations in Cuba. The people are nice, the food is great and the photo opportunities are endless.
After the rain passes through, the LA skyline lights up the night.
A slew of boats rest on the serene playa in Akumal, Mexico. I walked along the water’s edge taking photos of the boats just as the sun was setting behind me. It is one of my favorite beaches in the Mayan Riviera.
The classic Eastern Columbia building in downtown Los Angeles is a grand reminder of the city’s past. I love photographing this art-deco beauty. But what I would really love is to go up and photograph the roof tower one of these days. Can anybody hook me up? A detail of the entrance to the building. […]
Happy 450th Birthday Rio de Janeiro!! Here is to 450 more marvelous years full of beautiful beaches and spectacular sunsets. Parabéns cidade maravilhosa!!
I found this classic Buick taxi while walking among the cobbelstone streets of Old Havana. You can’t walk a block in Havana without encountering a classic car of some sort. There are thousands scattered all over Cuba.
Who remembers walking down Broadway in downtown Los Angeles back in the 80’s or 90’s? Yea, it was a pretty sketchy place. Even more if you were out after dark. But now you can walk around DTLA late at night and encounter hipsters walking their dogs or out for a coffee. You also get to admire […]
Because Rio de Janeiro is beautiful to look at in any color. Happy Carnaval weekend everyone!
I was in San Francisco last Thanksgiving and went on a hike with the family to this picturesque trail. You’ll see some lovely views of the Pacific Ocean and Golden Gate Bridge. And did you know there are actual ruins in San Francisco? Yep! They are called the Sutra Baths and you’ll find them here. But […]