Trilha em paranapiacaba em Novembro de 2015, Paranapiacaba, Santo André, Brasil.
Joel Alecrim, Brazil
It all starts with accelerated heart-beat.
Every muscle from my body is now working to keep it under control. It does not come with any alarm, it's completely out of a burst.
It's a war inside me and I can feel every weapon pointing to my own heart, because he is the villain of this whole story.
Each part of me is ready to battle once they listen to my lungs scream, high and on marching rythm, as I breath heady and heavier.
I feel pain in my chest and right after that my eyes are wet. It must be my beloved heart opening fire against whoever is near but he happens to be really bad at aiming.
As I close my eyes trying to stanch the river of tears going out of them I also try to look inside me hoping to find a safe place to stay during this massacre. But, all I see is my squirmed heart losing this bloody clash.
My chest is now burning inside and outside. As I open my eyes once again there's nothing more than a blurred red sparkle glistering in front of me.
This has never happened before but I instantly knew that if my heart is going to die...it's best if it is as a Phoenix does.
Diogo Costta, Brazil
We are all immigrants
The issue of immigration is a pressing issue. The war in Syria and the flight of thousands of people affect not only Europe but the entire world. São Paulo (Brazil), a state built by immigrants, never stopped receiving them. In recent years, thousands of Haitians, Arabs, Africans, Bolivians chose São Paulo as a new address. By observing this movement, Chico photographer Max decided to portray these people in a positive way.
In this image, Nigerian immigrant
Chico Max, Brazil
A reflection about how people interact in the big cities.
Is it possible to slow down and connect?
Can we really see the other?
Victor Lima, Brazil
Casal de Maritacas - Botucatu - São Paulo - Brasil
Tiago Xavier, Brazil
San Andres beach
Photo taken in March of 2015 in San Andres - Colombia whith a Nikkon camera.
This is basically a desperate cry for the world situation. Each day we see more and more of the nature been destroy in the name of progress, and it really bothers me how we, the people of the world, watch this happen while we sit helpless waiting for some sort of government resolution that never is going to come. So the idea behind this its really simple, but to get to this point i went to a number of complex processes, both artistic and philosophical. This work entitled "Mater" ( which is the latin word for Mother ) it's a series of digital images of details of nature, capture with day light, but subverting this type o light and manipulating it ( on camera) to apear like a Studio lightning. By the addition of a red lens filter and close up filters i wanted to capture that singular, and often small beauty, an bring it closer to the eyes.The most important thing is to show people what they often can't see ( or don't pay enough attention ) , offering then a chance to reflect and connect with nature through art in a unique an singular way.
Estevan Luis Caires dos Anjos, Brazil
Homeless and his book
Street dwellers in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. One resident reading a book as a way to escape the mind imprisoned by the very poor quality of life.
Adriano Porto, Brazil
Cheguei Cabreiro mas cheguei bem.
Guilherme Henrique Nascimento Ranieri, Brazil
In October 2015, there was the first World Indigenous Games in Palmas, in countryside of Brazil. The event counted with over 2,000 participating athletes from 50 different indigenous ethnicities, from 30 countries. The man in the picture is the Pajé of Kuikuro ethnicity, from Alto-Xingu Region, in the Center-West of Brazil. The Pajé is the spiritual chief of the tribe, he also is the healer of the indigenous. During the Games, he participated in Kuikuros’s cultural demonstrations and also blessed the warriors of his ethnicity before the competitions.
Renzo Dalla Ono, Brazil
Só uma questão de tempo
Lucas Hirai, Brazil
Cezar Ribeiro, Brazil
Giselle Bohnen, Brazil
Photo taken on the road in South Island of New Zealand
Valeria Ambrosio Allessandrini, Brazil
Pedra vermelha na cachoeira / Red stone at fall
Pedra vermelha na cachoeira em Carrancas-Minas Gerais, Brasil. Esta foto foi feita com uma SONY DSC-WX7 16.1mpx, câmera compacta. Red stone at fall in Carrancas-Minas Gerais, Brazil. This photo was taken with a SONY DSC-WX7 16.1mpx, compact camera.
André Souza Ferreira, Brazil
Grab the World
Photographer in the golden hour
Carolina Rodrigues, Brazil
Tour Eiffel on a rainy day
Bruno Pires, Brazil
footprint of a dog lost after the dam burst in Mariana city, Brazil.
Thiago Gimenes, Brazil
Sunset - São Tomé das Letras - Minas Gerais - Brasil
Por do Sol da Cidade São Tomé das Letras (Cidade Mística do Estado de Minas Gerais/Brasil).
FABIANA ARNONI, Brazil
Before the rain II
Vista da janela.
Portrait in nature
Picture of my artistic nude project in process taken on the nature.
Leandro Di Pardi, Brazil
Spirit of the Native Land
''Art is contemplation; It is the pleasure of the spirit that pervades nature and discovers that nature also has a soul.''
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