Category Archive: Brazil

My Top 10 Unique Travel Experiences

      There is so much to see and do in the world and in my position as a part-time traveler I’ve just touched a small portion. With that said, I’ve still experienced… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Copacabana

The famed Copacabana Beach. Travel along the mountains, between the high-rise architecture, and you will be rewarded by one of the most beautiful urban beaches in the world. Women, don’t forget your two-piece bikinis… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Gateway to the Amazon

The Amazon is home to half of the world’s rainforest. The home to the most biodiverse region in the world and hosts over 40,000 plant and 100,000 invertebrate species. If Brazil’s Amazon is on… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Exotic Sunset

. Sunsets are truly beautiful no matter where it maybe. Imagine having a day of adventure on the Rio Negro and ending it with such a wonderful vision. The hues in the sky illuminate the… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Copacabana

Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil at dusk with the lights not fully lit as the darkness overtakes this bright and colorful city. ***** For my post on Rio de Janeiro please click the photo. … Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Guardian of Rio

Christ the Redeemer guards Rio de Janeiro in sunny skies, gloomy or red skies, whatever it maybe. ***** For my article on Rio De Janeiro, please see: Rio de Janeiro, My Trophy

Snapshot Sunday, Christ the Redeemer

Sometimes nature will help you with your canvas. The marble background came and went quickly, as if I planned the shoot. No matter your religion, is this inspirational? *** for more similar posts see… Continue reading

Cruising the Mighty Amazon

The mighty Amazon River is the largest drainage system in the world. Originating from the Andes in Peru and also spanning through the countries of Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela, Ecuador and famously into Brazil… Continue reading

Rio de Janeiro, My Trophy

The culmination of a childhood fixation and admiration, my travel trophy, Rio de Janeiro.  Imagine being in the 3rd grade and doing a book report on Brazil and going to the local library to… Continue reading