Alfred Myers Photography

Downtown São Paulo

Here we can see two buildings of special significance to the city of São Paulo. On the right, Martinelli Building was the first skyscraper in Brazil. Down center, Altino Arantes Building, also known as the Banespa Building. Constructed to be the headquarters of the Bank of the State of São Paulo (Banespa), between 1939 and 1947. It remained the tallest building of the city for two decades.

Ponte Estaiada

Downtown São Paulo

Ponte Estaiada II

Antenas da Paulista

Being one of the highest points in São Paulo, Paulista Avenue concentrates many antennas used for broadcasting radio and TV. Here we see the region of Paulista Avenue from Altino Arantes building (a.k.a. Banespa building) in downtown São Paulo.

Poking the clouds

Cetenco Plaza

Noite Paulistana

The city of São Paulo as seen from Terraço Itália

Pateo do Colégio I

Pateo do Colégio marks the site where the city of São Paulo was founded in 1554 by Manuel da Nóbrega and José de Anchieta

Pateo do Colégio II

Pateo do Colégio marks the site where the city of São Paulo was founded in 1554 by Manuel da Nóbrega and José de Anchieta

Pateo do Colégio III

Pateo do Colégio marks the site where the city of São Paulo was founded in 1554 by Manuel da Nóbrega and José de Anchieta

Ponte Estaiada

Octavio Frias de Oliveira bridge, known locally as Ponte Estaiada as seen from Morumbi Bridge on an autumn afternoon

City through the mirror

Ponte Estaiada

Octavio Frias de Oliveira bridge, known locally as Ponte Estaiada as seen from Morumbi Bridge on an autumn afternoon

Agonizing Nature

The environment we live in is a reflection of our intervention in nature

Hanami

Hanami is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers, flower in this case almost always meaning cherry blossoms or sakura

A Cidade e a Memória