Streets at night always have some good spots to go to with your lomographic piece of equipment. And here in Brazil, it's not different. This is an avenue on São José dos Campos, a city near mine. It's the way to one of most famous Malls of the city: Shopping Colinas.
Streets at night always have some good spots to go to with your lomographic piece of equipment. And here in Brazil, it’s not different. This is an avenue on São José dos Campos, a city near mine. It’s the way to one of most famous Malls of the city: Shopping Colinas.
The avenue had a garden with gigantic metallic structures filled with rocks also know as “seixo rolado” and were very strongly illuminated. Some of those big iron installations are used to hold plants and other things. It is so beautiful and curious at night that makes a perfect place to take your tripod and try some crazy night shots. People don’t go there, just passing by because it’s a very rush avenue, but even in a car people are mesmerized by the structures. If you come to São José dos Campos you need to see this. And the location has a beautiful waterfall and its colors are asking desperately for our lomography. How to get there: from São Paulo follow the Dutra High Way directly to São José dos Campos, then use the “Anel Viário” to go to “Shopping Colinas” following the street indications. No website, sorry.
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