"The Last carters," simple people who live gaucho on the pampas, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, produce products within the municipality of São Gabriel, and lead to carts to sell in the city.
Costumes of the inner man, which are disappearing.
I am a photojournalist and also produce photographic and video documentaries.
I use a Nikon D-800, unfortunately no longer with the more KODAK films, Trix-400 ISO.
I'm 48 years old, currently living in Porto Alegre, in southern Brazil.
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