Streets of São Paulo

Photos from my Brazil trip, August 2011.






All photos Copyright 2011 by Bill Zarchy

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4 thoughts on “Streets of São Paulo”

  1. Pingback: Bye Bye, Brazil—Good Night, Irene! « Roving Camera: Bill Zarchy's Blog

  2. Thanks for the wonderful collage of São Paulo. Through your images, I can really feel the spirit of daily life there—and with cappuccini like that, I’d do fine there.

    1. Oh yes, the coffee culture flourishes in Brazil. Obviously, it is an enormous coffee producer, but also there are many many Italians there, who brought their appreciation of espresso and Italian cuisine with them.

  3. I LOVED the pictures. They were so colorful and varied that I felt I saw a little bit of Sao Paulo. I especially enjoyed the next to last picture that showed your identical Brazilian twin.

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