Category Archives: Travel Photography

River Thames Ride – Family Photography

I photograph London through many lens, angles and many different lights. I discovered so many special places but this one was my first time on a private boat in the river Thames. What fun and beautiful sights! I truly recommend this fantastic boat ride for a special occasion or just because we love London. See...

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    Snapshots of our Summer – Surf and ice-creams

    It feels like Summer was ages ago while I am writing this post; it is raining cats and dogs in London. Our Summer was in Portugal, as usual, with our family and most of the time we spent it in our little beach cottage near the Atlantic. This place is a renowned famous surf spot,...

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      Snapshots of our month – Winter Sun

      Wow, I can’t believe we are almost at the end of January, and I just finished to edit my Christmas pics =) As soon as I got back, it’s been non-stop with newborn photo shoots and birthday parties. We had a lovely break in Portugal to spend time with our family, a little bit of...

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        Snapshots of our holiday in Dubai

        Our Summer started in Dubai again this year, with gorgeous light and food in our favourite hotel at the Palm. It was a perfect time to recharge batteries, to be together with my family and to enjoy the full sun. The girls collected sea shells, and little treasures, they can stay hours playing in the pool...

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          Baleal Beach, my happy place – London Family Photographer

          – Baleal Beach       Baleal is an island located 3 kilometres (1.9 miles) north of Peniche, in the western region of Portugal is separated from the mainland by a tombolo. At the extremity of the island you can find the inaccessible ilhota das Pombas and the ilhéu de Fora. The coastal shape, namely...

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            Hello! I'm Ana, a London photographer, in love with light and with the magic of the every day. I beliveve documentary photography trancendes time and gives you the oportunity not only to tell your story but also to relive once again your most cherish memories. In my blog I share my recent work and some tips and topics I am passionate about.

             

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