Category Archives: Travel

Looking back to 2014

One of the last photos of 2014, a glass of wine while spending some days at my mother's village for Christmas © 2015 . All rights reserved.

This an overdue post, as the year is already a few days old, but it’s still time to put my year of 2014 in perspective, something I already started in my social networks. It was a year with lots of …

Colorless Bagan

The plains around Bagan temples © 2014 . All rights reserved.

This post was originally published at Light Travelers, the site and blog of the photo collective I’m proudly a part of. 

Arrived at Bagan with my mind filled with cliches and pretty images, lovely colors of iconic sunsets and …

2013, my year in twenty pictures

The blue comes from Jodhpur's blue walls, the orange from the yellower light of some street lamps. © 2014 . All rights reserved.

Looking back to 2013 with my pictures, sadly a year where most of them are still waiting for me to work on them, another good reason for writing  this post: a review of my work of last year and a …

Back from India, for now…

Last walk on the ghats. Varanasi © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Back from India… For most of this month me and João Maia roamed the states of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, a trip I’ve been postponing for years because, maybe I was afraid to get disappointed with it. I’ve heard …

Tierra De Campos

Dovecote © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Portugal isn’t what you’d call a mountainous country, no one in their right mind would put Portugal in the same pot as Switzerland or Nepal, but it’s geography is radically different from Spain, specially in its northeastern border that separates …

Travel guides and slices of cake

Pixie at Akureyri, standing before the smallest Indian restaurant I've seen © 2013 . All rights reserved.

A good travel guide is an essential item inside a travelers backpack, specially in developing countries where information is often unreadable or missing. More than the sights and the monuments, it’s the small things that are the result of the …

An overview of São Miguel

A common sight at São Miguel: cattle, green pastures, lush forests and blue ocean. The blue sky is a bonus, depends on it's very unstable weather. © 2013 . All rights reserved.

I’m back from Azores. For so long I’ve been postponing a visit to this hidden treasure, maybe because it’s easily accessible from my hometown, maybe because I got distracted with exotic locations far away from home. For reasons that …

A first look of Morocco

Early morning at Essaouira, the city of white walls and blue doors, before shops open and streets get crowded. © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Back from the quick trip to Morocco. Back from the hectic souks of Marrakech, from the massive Atlas mountains with its minarets rising from the small villages that fill its steep slopes and narrow valleys, from the calm and relaxed …

Mingalaba, my new ebook!

Children at slum of Yangon © 2013 . All rights reserved.

Those who follow me on my social networks probably have already noticed the release of my ebook, but only now I found the time to update my blog properly.

Creating a book of Myanmar was something that was on my …