Category Archives: Projects

Faces of Protest

Crowd waiting for the main speeches during Mayday protest. © 2014 . All rights reserved.

In my last post I wrote that I’d start 2014 by posting lots of older stuff from the past year, due to the huge amounts of photos I have in my backlog, which by now I’m finally finding a way …

Sueca

0029 © 2013 . All rights reserved.

What do four pensioners sitting at a garden bench anywhere in Portugal do? Play Sueca!

While in other countries people might gather around a board of chess or checkers, in Portugal a small crowd, or several small crowds, at …

Alentejo Winterscapes

Rocky shoreline of Alentejo © 2012 . All rights reserved.

Each season has its own unique features and I love the capture the different moods of them all, either soft golden afternoon autumn light or stormy, cloudy winter days.

One of my “photo fetiches” is capturing dramatic and rugged coastlines, …

Daxlore Salukis

Daxlore Salukis © 2012 . All rights reserved.

On a slightly different note, shooting dogs!

NIKON D90 (15mm, f/4, 1/2500 sec, ISO200)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Me and my friend Ricardo Oliveira had been thinking this for some time but only now we had the …

Vindimar

http://joaoalmeida.photoshelter.com/gallery-image/Long-Winding-Roads/G0000UF4zQfdFFhY/I0000oSKDuL.RRgM/C0000KENYHnQHdg4 © 2011 . All rights reserved.

A pause from the Myanmar rush, because life goes on at home, and at home September and October are the months for harvesting the wine grapes. Vindimar is Portuguese for harvesting the wine grapes, usually a occasion to gather family …

My Flickr FM2 Gallery picks

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I often end up being involved in many things, sometimes I thing in way too many that I can handle, but I guess that’s just the way I am. One of those projects, and one of my favorites, has been …

LXPW

201102051408_D30_0683_V2 © 2011 . All rights reserved.

LXPW, a photowalk that randomly takes place in Lisbon (Lx is a commonly used short name), randomly because there’s no schedules or formal organization, just a call up done via Twitter with a time and location.

And why is this …