On March 2020, when Portugal was ready to lockdown because of COVID-19, I decided to start publishing – on my personal Facebook – a group of 40 photos, named “Quarantine”. Nothing serious, just for fun, to pass the time and interact with friends. Some of the pictures where new – made at/ from home – […]Read more >
48 Hours Alentejo – Historic Regularity Rally 2020. 3 days event. Nonstop shooting. Chasing, passing and waiting for more than 100 classic cars. Where to shoot? Where to stop? Who’s in 1st place? Are we lost?Driving like crazy, fighting over a road-book with the social media master Fábio. Did I shoot this car too many […]Read more >
It’s Easter time. So here is a post from Xmas … well, religion is confusing. Anyway, just keep the faith … eggs and rabbits seem to help.Read more >
Every year, me and my brother, we do a road trip on our motorcycles to the village our mother was born. We travel from south – Algarve or Lisbon – to the north, near Guarda. No highways, never in a hurry, sometimes crossing the border to Spain and always feeling the hot summer along the […]Read more >
Who decides what is “architecturally correct”?
Is there still room for spontaneous architecture?
Is modern architecture standardizing too much?
Usually, photography projects have a life of its own. You start with an idea, try to develop it and you begin to shoot. As you do it, you validate that initial idea each time you press the shutter and start realising what fits in it and what doesn’t. That’s when the project gets a life […]Read more >
As I write this post, life after quarantine it’s still trying to get back to normal. It was more than 2 months at home because of Corona virus (much fancier name than COVID-19) since middle March and now it’s time to get back to the streets. Usually it’s in March that the commercial work starts […]Read more >
For some reason I kept this picture with me for a lot of years. I confess that I send lots of pictures – paper or digital – to the trash. It’s not a question of being a good or a bad picture, it has to say something or have a meaning… It must have been […]Read more >