Praia do Massaguaçu & Ilhabela Aerial

An aerial capture of the afternoon sunshine shing across the sea over towards Ilhabela. Shot using a Mavic Pro drone from above Mirante Da Orla in Massaguaçu.

Praia do Oeste Aerial

Aerial capture of the secluded Praia do Oeste. You’ll come across this beautiful beach if you walk (or paddle) the ‘trilha das sete praias’ that runs from Lagoinha to Forteleza in Ubatuba.

Praia Grande do Bonete

Aerial capture of the beautiful beach of Grande do Bonete which you can find if you walk the trilha das sete praias in Ubatuba.

Serra Do Mar Panorama

A panoramic view of the Litoral Norte shot and the Serra Do Mar. Shot from high above the small village and surrounding resrvoirs of Natividade da Serra using a Mavic Pro drone.

Rio Capricórnio Aerial

An aerial shot facing north with Rio Capricórnio in the foreground and the beaches of Capricórnio, Massaguaçu and Cocanha in the background.

Praia Grande do Bonete Aerial

An aerial shot showing the beautiful rock strata and sandy beach on one of the remote beaches in Ubatuba, São Paulo State, Brazil. You can get there by grabbing a ride on a local fishing boat, but it is much more fun if you walk along the coastal trail or paddle board. Captured from the beach on a Mavic Pro drone.

Paddle Out

A local surfer paddling out in front of the river mouth at Rio Capricornio in Caragutatuba. The spot is super competitive with a small takeoff zone where the wave breaks on the sand bar in front of the river. Competition between locals can get pretty fierce when it is on! Captured from the safety of the beach on a Mavic Pro drone.

White Collar Factory Sunset

A beautiful autumnal sunset showing the BT Tower and a silhouetted London skyline. This was shot one afternoon from the 11th floor of the White Collar Factory in Old Street whilst I was working Spark 44  in London.

Coruja Buraqueria/Burrowing Owl – Large

Check out the intense ‘death stare’ that this owl was giving me whilst I was snapping his portrait. You can find these burrowing owls all along the coast of São Paulo. As their name suggests, they make their nests on the ground by creating rabbit-like borrows.

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