Brazil is, in my opinion, a country bursting with colourful variety. In the South is the buzz of the Rio de Janeiro metropolis, while indigenous people, who have never had any contact to the
world beyond their tribe, live in the Amazon jungle. In the coastal town, Salvador da Bahia, I came across Afro-Brazilian roots, which are still thoroughly celebrated and lived out by the black
people to this day. The dune landscapes at the North coast and the rushing waterfalls of Foz do Iguaçu enchant with their unique, natural beauty. A land of limitless possibilities, where the
photography adventure never seems to end.