Corumbá, Brazil & The Pantanal (Color)
Corumbá, Brazil is the westernmost and northernmost city in Mato Gosso do Sul (which literally translates into Thick Forest of the South), one of Brazil’s 26 states. It is also home to the entrance to the Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland which is recognized as one of most diversified natural reserves on the planet. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature the Pantanal is home to 650 species of birds, 80 mammals, 260 fish and 50 reptiles. Needless to say, Corumbá is full of agriculture, flora & fauna, and of course history, and visiting there was one of the best experiences of my life. Here are some glimpses into my time spent there. Per usual, please email me for permission to use these photographs. Cheers!