Branco Prata

Queenstown is a beautiful city in South Island, New Zealand! During the Summer, this idilic place is brimming with life and everywhere you look you see happy and smiling people! Kids run free and they actually play with no electric gadgets, no phones, tablets or tv! People take advantage of sunny days and go to the shore of Lake Wakatipu where they can find really cool beaches, that are very popular for swimming!

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Last month we traveled to Scotland for Kristal and Dish’s wedding in beautiful Glasgow!! It was our first time there and we had the oportunity to walk around the city and take a few photos! It’s a very unique place, the colors, the weather, even the people!! We love it and we cannot wait to go back and explore a little more!

Photography: André Teixeira, Brancoprata

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It’s been a while since we went to the Azores for this engagement shoot! Azores is probably one of the most beautiful places on Earth…. and so green… everything is so green there, it reminds me a little bit about New Zealand! People are very welcoming and the weather is a bit crazy and you can have Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter in the same day!! The landscape is always dreamy and we cannot wait to go there next September!! Have a wonderful weekend guys! We are leaving to ...

Back in January when we traveled to New Zealand, to work on this wedding, we got the chance to visit the South Island and we stayed for an entire week in the beautiful Queenstown! One lovely afternoon we were lucky enough to go on a little adventure aboard this ship! The TSS Earnslaw is a 1912 Edwardian vintage twin screw steamer plying the waters of Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand. It is one of the oldest tourist attractions in Central Otago, and the only remaining commercial passenger-carrying coal-fired steamship ...

04.23.2015

Without a doubt Corera is a unique experience for a photographer. André attended for the first time in 2014 and this year he just had to go again!! Here’s some photos of the days he spent there!

 

Photography: André Teixeira, Branco Prata {Film photo taken with Contax 645 and scanned at Carmencita Film Lab}