quarta-feira, 21 de março de 2012

Protecting Wild Animals

As we disconnect ourselves from nature, as we disconnect ourselves spiritually from these animals, we lose hope, and we lose our spiritual connection. Let's save the world wild animals from the hands of hunters.

quarta-feira, 14 de março de 2012

Wildlife Project T-Shirts

Our T-Shirts for the S.Paulo ZOO visit which will be happening next April, 13th... Kids will experience for the first time in their life what they have been learnig with us inside the classroom.

sábado, 10 de março de 2012


Luiz Carlos Santos Jr © 2012
I have to confess that cheetahs are my second choice of felines, coming right behind the lions. I love the way they live, hunting and survive from their predators, especially the lions. I had the opportunity to be very close of one of them, and soon will be even walking with cheetahs in a park located in South Africa.


Luiz Carlos Santos Jr © 2012
This frame was clicked by the end of the day, beginning of the night, scene that we use to enjoy every single day... How luck I was to be there, enjoying this very peaceful and colourful sight. Glad to be sharing it with my colleagues now.

quarta-feira, 7 de março de 2012

My first photo book

The fieldwork for this book was for me, a treasure hunt. There is, of quantifiable things, nothing I cherish more - no gold, no oil, no shiny objects that I hold more precious, that I seek, that I would touch or look upon, that I revere in my thought, that I treasure more than wilderness.

The Big Cats

Luiz Carlos Santos Jr © 2012
From lions in Kenya to snow leopards in the Himalaya, the big cats of the word need help. Lions, tigers, cheetahs, leopards and other top felines are quickly disappearing, all victims of habitat loss and degradation as well as conflicts with humans.

sábado, 3 de março de 2012

Going to the zoo.

It is part of my project to share my wildlife experiences with the children I teach at creche Sao Jorge in Santos and in future, it will be extended to other entities too. As I can't put all these little boys and girls on board of a plane and take them to Africa, at least not yet, we are working something different, let's say closer, which is the Sao Paulo Zoo. We are organising a day trip, where the idea is to extend our english classes to the field, and show them all the animals live. We gonna have fun, that's 100% guaranteed. Kids are between 5 and 6 years old and never being in front of the animals they are just about to meet.