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Black mane lion!

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Black mane lion, this is it!

American Assassin

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I think that no other word would suit this case, but repudiation... This what I am feeling about this american assassin who killed the male lion in Zimbabwe few days ago. I still asking myself what this guy have inside his head. It is very sad when you see that we still have cases about brutality, cruelty and poaching against those magnificent animals. -  I have choose the lion as a symbol of my business, which means a lot for me, specially the black mane lion, the one he killed.

14 years old!

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Inspiring people to love the planet through our images, and teaching the youngsters to care about nature and its species is part of our mission, which I believe we are succeeding.

The right angle!

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Teaching people to look after the right angle and perfect position.

Affection...

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A little bit of kindness after lunch. A pride of lions resting together after action...

Thank you all!

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My big thank you to all of you for the trust and attendance during our workshop.

II Workshop for beginners

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We had our II workshop for beginners this weekend focusing wildlife photography which was very well attended and with incredible results. I was quite surprised how people can get it done after they understand the simple mechanism of speed / aperture / light...

Thamires Mendonça

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Very proud of this 14 years old girl, she has attended one year class in our project in 2014 and today she is helping us teaching others about photography. Thanks a lot Thamires Mendonça

What a nice surprise!

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I was surprised to see this little boy attending my second Photography Workshop this weekend in Santos. Of course his interest was not in photography itself, but in the subjects which we were discussing about. Yes, a 8 years old boy following our project and interested to learn more about wildlife, this is what we are talking about. It is all about passion!

My little friend...

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This is Murilo, one of my boys from the Creche, maybe one of my assistants in Africa, why not?!