Adventures: Brazil, Part I | Evanston Travel Photographer

Thanks in great part to my day job, I have collected a lot of frequent flier miles.  This year we cashed them in for a trip to Brazil in March. It’s one of my life goals to see as many continents as possible, and this was my first trip to S. America.  My husband & I went to Rio de Janiero and Salvador da Bahia– the home of Afro-Brazilian culture. Here are a few of my favorite shots.

View of Rio de Janiero from Sugarloaf Mountain

 

 

DSCF4330-1DSCF4303-1 DSCF4359-1 Cristo Redentor statue in Rio De Janiero

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Streets of Salvador da BahiaDSCF4484-1 Igreja de São Francisco (Church of San Francisco), the richest church in Brazil. Built in 1708 by the sugar barons (slaves) of Salvador. The church has more than 100 Kilograms of gold inside.DSCF4537-1 DSCF4604-1 DSCF4606-1
Streets of Salvador da BahiaDSCF4629-1 The blue building is Igreja de Nossa Senhora dos Pretos, a church built by and for slaves (Salvador da Bahia)DSCF4630-1

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