Salvador is the capital not just of Bahia, but of African Brazil. One cannot avoid the country’s African heritage, from the carnival rhythms, the wonderful spicy cooking, the rituals of candomblé (Brazil’s equivalent of santeria) and in the martial art ballet of capoeira. These photographs were taken during the events surrounding Carnival. In Salvador, the state capitol there was the […]
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