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Thailand by Dario Branco

Here I am tired, trying to finally get some rest and recover and can't find the words to write about Thailand. Not because I can't, but because there is so much to say. But I want to do it now while everything is fresh in my mind.

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Vila Nova de Milfontes by Dario Branco

Something that I always felt guilty of, is that I don't know Portugal as well as I should. Is my country after all.

Last year i wrote down a list of places i wanted to visit in Portugal. Since then, that list is getting bigger, more diverse and not only focused in Portugal. The first place I wrote down on it was Vila Nova de Milfontes. It has been a place i wanted to go to make photos ever since i started photographing.

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New York City by Dario Branco

Hope you will have an awesome 2017.

In case you haven't noticed i been away for a few weeks traveling. Since this is supposed to be a travel blog, i think is time to talk about traveling.

Before digging in, this will be the first part of four. I want to focus on how it was planned, the gear and the photos.

All good adventures/stories have an unexpected start. This one started in May of 2016. I was in Paris working and after making hard but needed decisions i started talking with some friends about stuff. One of them is a friend from University, we know each other for at least 12 years and she also has a passion for traveling. After a few minutes, i asked what about going to New York on New Year's Eve?

In five minutes we knew we were going. The main reason, it was much less expensive than we were expecting. And to be honest is New York.

Fast forward to December and there we were.

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The Fuji X100T - Part II The 365 Project by Dario Branco

On my previous post, i talked how i started shooting more with the Fuji X100T.

However, what is the point of getting a new camera if i am not going to take photos every day?! That is why i decided to try a 365 Project. Is nothing new or original. It was something i thought would keep me motivated to photograph as often as possible.

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