I have been traveling across Brazil since January 2009 and have taken thousands of photos. Some of them better than others of course. It was a tough process, but here is the selection of my 30 most stunning pictures of Brazil.(so far)
Secluded beach and blue water near Arraial do Cabo – Rio de Janeiro
Late afternoon on a beach near Cabo Frio – Rio de Janeiro
Steep cliffs at the costa das Baleias – South Bahia – Brazil
Sunset over the Rio Parana – Mato Grosso do Sul
Overlooking the Serra dos Órgãos – Rio de Janeiro State
Fishing boats on the beach near Arraial do Cabo – Rio de Janeiro.
Pedra do Roncador – Rio de Janeiro
Lopes Mendez beach on Ilha Grande (favorite beach of Ayrton Senna)- Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro after sunset, seen from Suga Loaf
View over Rio de Janeiro (by day) from Sugarloaf mountain The first beach is Praia Vermelha… in the background to the left: Copacabana Ipanema and Leblon.
Sunset in Piçinguaba – São Paulo
Sun setting at Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas – Rio de Janeiro
Morning mist in the serra da Mantiqueira near Caxambu – Minas Gerais
Pedra Azul – Espirito Santo – Brazil
Deserted beach – South Bahia
Sunset over Monte Pascoal – Famous landmark – Bahia
Dirt Road in South Bahia
Dirt road in the Chapada Diamantina – Bahia
Dirt road near Pedra Azul – Minas Gerais
Diamatina city center – Minas Gerais
The rugged landscape of the Estrada Real – Minas Gerais – Brazil
Spactacular!! Iguassu falls – Parana
The biggest man made forest and second biggest urban forest in the world: Tijuca – Rio de Janeiro
Beach near Trindade- Rio de Janeiro
Morning mist near Nova Friburgo – Rio de Janeiro
Rocinha, biggest favela in South America – Rio de Janeiro
Climbing up to Christ the Redeemer -Rio de Janeiro
Ititiaia National Park – Rio de Janeiro
Serra do Rio do Rastro in Santa Catarina – South of Brazil
I hope you enjoyed these pictures… Please scroll down and leave a comment to let me know which photo you liked the most.
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